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Grand anomalies accompanying the 1995 Kobe earthquake; 1, Petrified earthquake lightning!?



Grand anomalies accompanying the 1995 Kobe earthquake; 1, Petrified earthquake lightning!?



Chishitsu News 1998(3(523)): 63-69




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