I would just say something like “thoughts?” on this, but that would seem a bit abrupt.
The Holy Light of Jerusalem is the most prominently cited miracle in favour of the Eastern Orthodox, and of course is a challenge to Catholicism (and to any other religious perspective). Now, for the most part, every discussion of it I can find in English is either a lightly-researched and repetitive popular news article, an enthusiastic and poorly-translated site in favour, or a brief mention among atheists leading to the citation of some random Russian’s experiments.
Now, I have found this fairly comprehensive web post by an atheist Greek, which by virtue of his nationality addresses some rather interesting and otherwise absent points about the miracle claim (although these are often misemphasized, and the author subscribes to some rather pitiful New Atheist arguments).
So, thoughts? Especially from Eastern Orthodox who may correct his errors, but also from Catholics on their understanding of the claimed miracle.