Although this paper was written at a time when it would have been possible to do some research online, part of the paper requirements were that no online resources were used. We were required to have at least one personal interview (which I had to conduct over e-mail, given my lack of contact with experts on chaos theory at the time). Also, my brother had written a paper on the subject for one of his college physics classes. The paper quotes from original sources a lot more than I would if writing the same thing today, but part of the assignment was to write a research paper and properly cite all sources.
"Bach to Chaos: Chaotic Variations on a Classical Theme", Science News, Dec. 24, 1994, pg. 428.
Gleick, James, Chaos - Making a New Science, Penguin Books Ltd, Harmondsworth, Middlesex, 1987.
Lowrie, Peter, personal interview over the Internet, May 17, 1995.
Rae, Kevin, "Chaos", unpublished paper, submitted to Professor Gould, Modern Physics class, Claremont McKenna College, December 5, 1994.
Stewart, Ian, Does God Play Dice? The Mathematics of Chaos, Penguin Books Ltd, Harmondsworth, Middlesex, 1989.
I'd also like to thank David Harrison, from the University of Toronto Department of Physics for some suggestions in rewording my introduction (May 17, 2004).