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This article is from the Fusion FAQ, by Robert F. Heeter heeter1@llnl.gov with numerous contributions by others.

39 Anonymous FTP Sites (Fusion)

sunsite.unc.edu
Sunsite also collects the fusion digests archiving
the sci.physics.fusion, in the directory
/pub/academic/physics/Cold-fusion.
The recent digest files are in subdirectories whose
names begin with "fd," and the older stuff is
archived by year in files fd89, fd90, etc...
This material is also available under WAIS (see 8A).

vm1.nodak.edu (134.129.111.1)
This site has the complete archive of
the sci.physics.fusion newsgroup, from its inception.

In particular, this FAQ is (will soon be) archived here.

To log in: use the username anonymous, type your
email address as the password, and then type "cd fusion"
to get to the fusion directory. Beware: the index is
large! To download something enter "get" and then
the name of the file you want.

rtfm.mit.edu
This is the primary archive for the FAQ, at least in
the United States. The latest version of a given
section FAQ crossposted to sci.answers or news.answers
can be found somewhere in either
/pub/usenet/news.answers/fusion-faq or
/pub/usenet/sci.answers/fusion-faq
(Sections with multiple parts have subdirectories.)

neutrino.nuc.berkeley.edu
Here you can find fusion-related GIF images.
As for vm1.nodak.edu, log in anonymously, then cd to
the directory /pub/fusion, and "get" what you want.

There are other FTP archive sites for the FAQ as well.
A list of these is included in Section 0, Part 1 (Intro).

 

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