Shipwreck - Chapter Six: Thursday, July 13, 2235 hours and Chapter Seven: Friday, July 14, 0610 hours Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Six: Thursday, July 13, 2235 hours and Chapter Seven: Friday, July 14, 0610 hours Summary

When Luke and the others weren't working on the sails which constantly required raising, lowering, letting in or out, or trimming, they were subjected to an education in science. They learned about different schools of fish, plankton, and whale watching along with math involving waves and temperatures. They were all supposed to keep log books as well. Captain Cascadden tells him an old sailor's legend about the bright halo around the moon and how it represented a coming storm. By counting the stars inside it, you could tell how many days away the storm was. A hundred years before, it was considered science, he tells him. J.J. reveals who his father is, surprising his crew mates and while they discuss how much...

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