volume 79, issue 47, P573-579 1998
DOI: 10.1029/98eo00418
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Abstract: Varotsos and colleagues (the VAN group) claim to have successfully predicted many earthquakes in Greece. Several authors have refuted these claims, as reported in the May 27,1996, special issue of Geophysical Research Letters and a recent book, A Critical Review of VAN [Lighthill 1996]. Nevertheless, the myth persists. Here we summarize why the VAN group's claims lack validity. The VAN group observes electrical potential differences that they call “seismic electric signals” (SES) weeks before and hundreds of …

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