I don't like to repeat, we had a thread a while ago.
You have not repeated. I do not recall that you have ever -- ever -- given us any reason to doubt any of the major experiments (except the boil-off experiment *). You say you have, but whenever I ask for specifics, you evade, or you say you already gave specifics, or you point to Ascoli's list or Shahanan's list, as you have done here. You have not told us which of their arguments you think have merit. Point to any argument you like; you will be wrong. Both of them are entirely wrong in every detail.
* You did propose one hypothesis to explain the boil-off experiments. Drops of water condense on the cell walls and are pushed up by the steam. This is impossible because:
- The steam pressure is only a tiny bit higher than atmospheric pressure.
- If it were happening it would have to be macroscopic, and be readily observable. People would see drops moving up, which they do not.
- If it were happening, the control experiments would also show this effect. It would not be correlated with the use of Pd-D or high loading, or even electrolysis. It would happen with resistance heating.