Just a naive question by someone that will normally never be competent.
How do you learn the experimental methods around those experiments, like managing sealing, pressure, swagelocks, choosing pumps, mass spectrometer, radiations detectors, managing electronic noises, ground wiring, thermocouples, recorders, the mathematic of calorimetry, ambiance temperature, water baths, turbulence...
Is it years of work in lab with professors or old engineers ? can you learn enough by exchange with goodwilling LENR peers , locally, remotely ?
Do you need rather to contact local experts around ? to subcontract some task ?
To contact friendly experts in other domain (biology? Chemistry? car engineering? ...)?
As I understand, even assuming Mizuno R20 can be replicated by careful replication because all have been written, it is not easy, and one need big experience in lab, expensive apparatus, or to acquires that experience by numerous failures and expert feedback.
By the way, good luck.