The more reading and watching this the more I realise that maybe commonalities in Mills/Holmid/Wyttenbach/Subtle Atomics perspectives are the right perspective (The last also combines a lot of these ideas, I'm not to sure about the growing Earth and background energy stuff). I say this with the utmost caution and admission of the possibility of being wrong. The solid state approaches just aren't repeatable enough without engineered technology on the nanoscale, Also experiments with the probably debatable assumption that this is mostly fusion will obviously not get repeatable expected results.
Dusty plasma, or plasma/condensed condensate core reactors with the right elements and catalysts present are a different story. So you know the interpretation of the data of from Fleischmann and Pons can be wrong in many subtle ways, but the results of excess heat originating from hydrogen is most likely true. Probably isn't predominately room temperature fusion/transmutation, that is a side reaction compared to H shrinking and maybe some H annihilation in the plasma reactions. Remember electrical resonant transfer reactions probably can also absorb energy released, back into the hydrogen. Some of the side nuclear reactions would output less radiation than predicted in the presence if intense energy can be condensed into dense hydrogen/slow neutrons. if the results are mostly dense hydrogen, light, resonant energy transfer, and high energy large electrons you won't see as much nuclear results as you expect because it isn't predominantly a nuclear process or a vacuum one. Most of the energy is resonant chemical probably releases then jumps straight up to annihilation.
I would use Hydrino reactions from water for a regular consumer combustion/chemical energy replacement, jumping straight to hydrogen annihilation for dense more thirsty energy needs. Forget fusion, it is only useful as a neutron/x-ray/gamma source in light of these two options stradling on both sides of the energy spectrum. Annihilation produces more energy than fusion directly as electrons. There's a reason why the sun is so far away lol, it's output would shred life to pieces due to the complex mixture of all the above reactions, assuming they are true. we should tailor our energy sources to give us what we want and as little of everything else as possible!