the idea of the monstrous: A. Gibson, Towards a Postmodern Theory of Narrative. Edinburgh, Scotland, 1996 p.241.

Thoreau had said: M.P. Cohen, The Pathless Way: John  Muir and the American Wilderness.  Madison, WI., 1984. p.61.

—Language, language: A. Ginsberg. From, "Wichita Vortex Sutra."

whatever the means—: R. M. Schafer. From, “Acoustic Space.” In, David Seamon and Robert Mugewrauer,  editors, Dwelling, Place and Environment.  Dordrecht, The Netherlands, 1985. p.90.

Stone by stone: W. Bronk. From, "At Tikal."

Here, as at Manchu Picchu: E. Foster, "William Bronk and Mayan Civilization." / f/bronk /mayan.htm

comets, largely made of ice: B. Klyce, "More than Panspermia."

coming back on the public bus: F. Powell. E-mail, from Anchorage, Alaska, Aug 16, 2004.

environmental problems: A. Light, " Interview with Andrew Light."

When the moon rocket: "My Uncle Went to the Moon: An Informal Conversation with K.J. Butler." Stones, Bones and Skin. Toronto, Canada., 1977.  p.122.

Nobody gets to be: J. Palance. In, Monte Walsh. W. Fraker, Director. 1970.

death was cultivated: J. Crace, Being Dead. New York, 1999. pp.2-3.

Sacred noise: Ibid, R.M. Schafer. pp.90-91.

(Michel) Serres argues: M. Zembylas, "Of Troubadours, Angels, and Parasites: Reevaluating the Educational Territory in the Arts and Sciences Through the Work of Michel Serres." Journal of Education & the Arts 17 March 2002.

Jungian analyst: P. McGehee, "Burn the Barn." From a talk delivered to Oregon Friends  of C.G. Jung. Portland, OR. Sept 17, 2004.