Minnesota Aurora Borealis lights danced as quake struck Japan [VIDEO]
Anyone up around midnight on March 10 in St. Cloud and points north, and outside with their eyes open, stood a good chance of witnessing a magnificent display of the Northern Lights -- the Aurora Borealis. Some video was just posted in YouTube.
YouTube Northern Lights near St. Cloud.
This particular display of vivid, dancing green light was made more spectacular because it was fed by a very strong sun flare called a Coronal Mass Ejection, according to NASA.
Now, conspiracy theorists are having a field day, because the lights peaked at the same time as that massive earthquake in Japan. (Just to be clear: There's no scientific evidence that CMEs cause earthquakes.)
This clip was shot just north of St. Cloud.