During my down time over the last year away from the forum I've been slowly and privately working on some projects. One of them is the creation of the following archives of Electric Universe-related materials. This collection/archival effort is largely due to the endless mumblings of compatriots and detractors alike that our information is scattered to the 4 winds across the interwebs, thus making it far too difficult to assimilate it all before asking cogent (or silly) questions. Hopefully these are a means toward the end of alleviating the problem of "scattered" Electric Universe reference materials.
I've combed through the original sources, cleaned them up, reformatted them, inserted hyperlinked tables of contents, gave them a wash and a wax. Now they're fully bookmarked, fully searchable, reasonably thorough archives of many things Electric Universe...
Want references to "London force" or "Van der Waals" or "subtrons"? Want "anodes," "cathodes," "positive columns," "plasmoids?" Looking for every reference to the brilliant pioneers: Bruce, Juergens & Alfvén? Just plug the search terms into Adobe Reader's "find" box and away you go!
Without further ado, I present to you the Electric Universe archives:
(THOTH -- A Catastrophics Newsletter)https://docs.google.com/file/d/0ByYRMBA43ctcNlRDcWdPVVNjcUU/edit?usp=sharing
(The Holoscience Archive)https://docs.google.com/file/d/0ByYRMBA43ctcSlMwUHZKbHZ2cWc/edit?usp=sharing
(Legacy TPOD Chronological Archive)https://docs.google.com/file/d/0ByYRMBA43ctceDJOMlpZQTRpak0/edit?usp=sharing
(The Don Scott Scholarly Collection)https://docs.google.com/file/d/0ByYRMBA43ctcbTFkYWJya1BkT3c/edit?usp=sharing
I'll note that Google has a bad habit of trying to "display" media files in the web browser using its own display applet. But more often than not, it doesn't work right. So, it's simply better to "download" the original PDF files themselves and view them on your own computer via Adobe Reader or an equivalent program. If I recall correctly, Google may either give you a "Download" button to click or it may display a menu at the top and "Download" or "Download Original" may be an option nestled somewhere in the 'File' menu?
The permissions for all the PDFs are set to "Anyone with the link can view." So, no login or other credentials should be required in order to download the file...
Anyway, the original source documents are located here (for posterity & credit where due):
(THOTH - A Catastrophics Newsletter)http://web.archive.org/web/20100215014120/http://www.kronia.com/thoth.html
(TPODs -- Thunderbolts Picture of the Day Legacy Chronological Archive)
(Don Scott's Papers & Electric Cosmos stuff)http://electric-cosmos.org/indexOLD.htm