Just a short comment:
The National Public Radio informs that Jeffrey Gleason, a collaborator of Charles Monnett, will be interviewed in the continuing investigation of scientific misconduct possibly surrounding papers about polar bears:
While it's good that such things are sometimes being looked at with critical eyes, I still don't quite understand why this polar bear paper was picked out of thousands of shoddy would-be scientific reports that have flooded the Earth and environmental sciences in recent years.
The paper is clearly worthless but I still don't know what's the "smoking gun" that will allow to place the charlatans (including Al Gore) in the prison or on top of an electric chair.
Incidentally, this Prvouka (First Learning, a Protoscience: what's the English name for this subject?) for 2nd graders (7-8 years) is a Czech textbook published by Fraus in my hometown of Pilsen and it was chosen as the best European textbook at the Frankfurt Book Fair. Congratulations.