I cannot know about everyone. Eventually I will study Lipiniski.
First, let's clarify the spelling for those interested: it is Lipinski. The WIPO application of 2014 that I, and others, have given links to over the years, now unfortunately devolves to the Google Patentscope version. The original was a relative pleasure to read, the Patentscope character-read version loses a lot of tabular collation, images and other important features that made the 130 plus pages relatively easy. Perhaps you, Jed Rothwell, with your great skills and resources as curator of the LENR CANR database can dredge up the original. Several, including TC/THH appear to drastically misread the considerable efforts of the Lipinskis. Their efforts initially are seen to first replicate and confirm the very high energy proton beam to lithium target gives a very low cross-section published by Herb et al in 1938. They go on to show that by contrast to Herb, much much lower energy protons give much higher alpha yields in the expected MeV ranges, provided energies are LOW (< 3500 eV) and that Li targets are positively and/or alternately electrically biased. And the Lipinski results, as has been mentioned here, apparently occur without the expected (says Peter Ekstrom) gamma accompaniment. It concords with a notion that "how excitation or activation occurs, determines to some extent the nature and spectrum of the products". Perhaps no surprise to chemists, physical chemists and biochemists. Apparently difficult for some of those versed in, or wedded to, plasma and /or collisional physics, otherwise often designated "hot fusion".
As has been mentioned here, the "Q" for many of these Lipinski reactions ranges up to several thousand. "Q" here is an approximate surrogate for COP.