Now: you state that KS CCS does not apply to McKubre, Storms, Fleischmann, Miles because they all have impeccable error bounds, and that KS has never had any issue with them.
The KS CCS does not apply to anyone. It is a fantasy. If it existed and applied anywhere, it would have been discovered 150 years ago.
But perhaps I misread what you wrote. I thought you were saying that in your opinion: "Many people just don't bother to do proper error bounds, and have some hand-wavy justification that errors << results. That usually is OK, though never good practice." Were you ascribing that view to Shanahan? Or is that what you think? If he says that, he's wrong, and if you agree, you are wrong too.
You dismiss these experiments, so I thought that was your reason.
Surely that is the opposite of what he is saying (whetehr he is right or wrong). I'm now totally confused. When KS says that these experiments do not include CCS he is exactly saying that one necessary element in the error bounding is missing.
Who cares what he is saying? It is obviously wrong. He says it applies universally. If that were right, thousands of experiments and industrial processes would fail catastrophically. A problem that can cause a 5 W error in one cold fusion experiment, and a 100 W error in another, is drastic. It would cause a megawatt error in an industrial process. Shanahan claims that he can disprove all cold fusion experiments with his theory. Since they range in power from 250 mW up to 100 W, that means his CCS can cause drastic errors.
If the CCS only applies to people with "one necessary element in error bounding missing" then it does not apply to the top tier of cold fusion experiments. There is nothing wrong with their error analysis. They were done by experts and they went through extensive, grueling peer-review, lasting years in some cases. If there was a problem with some conventional aspect of science, such as error analysis, someone would have caught it.
Perhaps the claim is that the CCS is universal, and might apply to any calorimety, but it only applies to active Pd-D experiments when high loading and the other McKubre equation parameters are met, and not calibrations. Because . . . because . . . causality does not work? High loading magically reaches out and causes the CCS? Because in the whole history of calorimetry since 1780, it just happens that no other group of people were as incompetent as the cold fusion researchers. Because starting in 1989, a whole group of world-class experts in calorimetry suddenly forgot how to do it.
I leave it to you and Shanahan to come up with a just-so story to justify this nonsense.