Personally, without judging Jed's contribution (impossible given he has evidence i do not)
You have all of the evidence that I have. Everything that I know is in Exhibit 5. Except, as I noted, the exact numbers for the small temperature fluctuations from day to day are not included. You can simulate that with a random number generator. It makes no difference to the estimate. As I recall, most of the other numbers are repeated exactly from day to day, as noted in the Exhibit. For example, the pressure is 0.0 bar for every day.
If you do not think that the problems described in this Exhibit are sufficient to reject the claim, then you and I disagree. I have no additional inside information that would change your mind.
I do have some information about other research in this field, including some of the work at I.H.
Almost everything I know about anything will be published sooner or later in the JCMNS. I see it months ahead of time because I copy-edit the papers. ("Copy edit" means I make secretarial corrections, not that I have any editorial say over the content.) It takes a long time for the authors, reviewers and editors to prepare those papers.
Since I actually do slog through these papers, understanding them as best I can, I end up knowing a lot of obscure details. I feel like Groucho Marx in the movie Horse Feathers, when Harpo begins to play the harp:
Jennings: I love good music.
Professor Wagstaff (Groucho): So do I, let's get out of here.
Jennings: Sit down!
Professor Wagstaff: [to the audience watching the movie] I've got to stay here, but there's no reason why you folks shouldn't go out into the lobby until this thing blows over.