No, I do not. This is projection on your part. Or cognitive dissonance. I resemble Martin Fleischmann in that I am a painfully conventional person. I do insist that it is impossible for a 10-L bucket of water to evaporate in room temperature conditions overnight, but that is common sense. Anyone with an aquarium will know that. Anyone who puts out a bucket can confirm it. Frankly for you or anyone else here to question that is extreme fanaticism. In any other context people would say you are as crazy as a flat-earth society member.
WHat you actually do is to nitpick and misquote what your critics say instead of trying to understand them. You end up chasing straw men like the bucket evaporating overnight anecdote.
There is no earthly reason why the scientific establishment would not want a new, dramatically better, cheaper and cleaner power source. And even if it did, that would not influence maverick moguls like Bezos and Musk who already chase after far wilder and crazier idea than LENR with millions and billions of dollars. There has to be another reason why LENR research is not everywhere. And that is probably that the results are mostly disappointing.
Why did Defkalion fold? Why did Rossi have to sue to get paid and then why did he give up without a cent? Why is Swartz not marketing his NANOR system any more? Where are Miley's claimed hundred watt benchtop power plants? How is Zawotny doing with his semi-conductor chips to select promising LENR reactions? Why did NI drop support for Celani? Why is Elforsk no longer writing about LENR? Why can't Hydrofusion deliver reactors? Why can't MFMP duplicate Parkhamov? Celani? ANYONE? Do I really need to go on? I didn't make up all the promises those people made over the past four to six years. And yet, here we are and NOTHING works to provide high power LENR consistently.