I posted a series of links about plasma scaling and fractals in all sorts of domains elsewhere, it would make a good addition here I feel. And lets not forget that Lerners magnetically confined filament compression plasma model, in which the filaments condense gravitationally into a fractal distribution of matter, predicted that the universe would have a fractal dimension at large scales. This is why the prediction of fractal dimension (e~=2) was made, and this value seems to be what scientists that investigate fractal cosmologies keep finding. Another sucessful PC prediction by the looks of things. And this very recent press release from newscientist looks very promising on revealing a large scale fractal structure in the universe; Galaxy map hints at fractal universe
Heres that list, I think that most of them are public access, though I might have squandered a few privaleges with some links;
*Similarity of structuring in the range 10-5 cm to 10^23 cm hints at a baryonic cold dark skeleton of the Universe - American Physical Society, 44th Annual Meeting of the Division of Plasma, 2002
*Magnetic vortex filaments, universal scale invariants, and the fundamental constants Lerner, Eric J. IEEE Transactions on Plasma Science, vol. PS-14, Dec. 1986, p. 690-702.
*Evidences for and the models of self-similar skeletal structures in fusion devices, severe weather phenomena and space
*Force-free magnetic filaments and the cosmic background radiation
*Fractal Structures and the Large Scale Distribution of Galaxies
*Finite size effects on the galaxy number counts: evidence for fractal behavior up to the deepest scale - Physica A226 195–242 (1996).
*On the Fractal Nature of the Large-Scale Structure of the Universe
*Fractal universe. - Physica A, Vol. 280, No. 1 - 2, p. 125 - 130, 2000.
*Skeletal Structures in the Images of Cosmic Dust Clouds and Solar SystemPlanets - Plasma Science, IEEE Transactions on Volume 35, Issue 4, Aug. 2007
*Self-Similarity of Electric Currents Networking in a Broad Range of Length Scales: from Laboratory to Cosmic Plasmas - A. B. Kukushkin and V. A. Rantsev-Kartinov, Rev. Scientific Instr., 70, n.2, pp.1387-1391, 1999.
*Electrodynamic Aggregation of Nanodust as a Source of Long-Lived Filaments in Laboratory Electric Discharges and Space - Kukushkin, A.B. Plasma Science, IEEE Transactions on Volume 35, Issue 4, Aug. 2007.
*Observation of Skeletal Filamentary Structures in Plasma of a Fast Z-Pinch - American Physical Society, 44th Annual Meeting of the Division of Plasma, 2002
*Skeletal Structures in High-Current Electric Discharges: Observations, Hypotheses and Proof-of-Concept Studies - 29th EPS Conference on Plasma Phys. and Contr. Fusion Montreux, 17-21 June 2002
**Principles of Magnetohydrodynamics: With Applications to Laboratory and Astrophysical Plasmas, Goedbloed and S. Poedts, Cambridge, 2004. [lecture notes]
I recommend this publication for an overview of fractal cosmologies, and an approach to cosmology that is getting ever closer to the type of cosmology advoctaed by PC proponents; Fractal Cosmology Today
And I found the *uncensored* version of the plasma cosmology page at wikipedia, as editted by Lerner. It certainly comes in handy when trying to explain the fundamental concepts of plasma cosmology to people;