"Half an hour later, Gunnar pulls into a siding. He flicks on the interior light over the driver's seat. Thirteen silent faces look at him. We're in the middle of nowhere, the van's windows have fogged up and he turns to us in his furry hat. It's all a bit surreal and I have goosebumps.
But, then Gunnar begins what he does best. He talks. He shows us a map and begins to explain about the solar winds, the magnetic North Pole, about collisions and exploding light. We're off like storm chasers across the frozen landscape. Gunnar cites Norse mythology; "If you whistle or wave at the lights, the spirits will take you away," he says."
- by Marian McGuinness, The Sydney Morning Herald.