Former aviator Jay Gourley has written a book called The Great Lakes Triangle (1977), which claims that the Great Lakes account for more unexplained disappearances per unit area than the Bermuda Triangle. This is no small comparison, considering that the Bermuda Triangle is 16 times larger than the Great Lakes area.
When you have completed this activity you will be able to:
- Demonstrate an ability to perceive patterns in a set of data.
- Explain how scientific habits of mind should include the seeking of logical explanations for “mysterious” happenings.