Function: transitive verb 1 : to supply with cross-references <cross–reference a book> 2 : to research, verify, or organize by means of cross-references <cross–reference information> cross–ref·er·ence Function: noun : a notation or direction at one place (as in a book or filing system) to pertinent information at another place" [edited] -- Merriam Webster Online
OTOH, peculiar online dialogue, especially with those of a particular style and/or apparent level of knowlege, who periodically sink into fits of derogation on, ultimately or arguably, the "wrong" forums, may do well to consider themselves indulged to get even a Wikipedia cite, much less an unspoken plonk.
By my recollection, rarely do you cite anything (presumably because your sources or source-- your own personal knowledge-- is an authoritative one?).
Prettly much anyone can write a book, anyone can burn a book, anyone can ignore a book, anyone can misunderstand a book, and books about what many people already know, or books about what the authors think they know, seem a dime-a-dozen.
Wow, 40 chapters. That's impressive.
I await your wise enlightenment with bated breath.