Looks like the new metric to measure the impact of a scientist is no longer the h-index or something, but the number of plagiarized papers. In a sense it’s the ultimate endorsement if someone puts his name on your work :-)

Yesterday, I found my second case and, therefore, have a p-value of 2! (I think p-value is a good name; it’s not used for anything important, right?) I also blogged about the prior case.

The current paper is again in an Indian journal. I immediately recognized our TikZ figure, which they even messed when rescaling. (Poor figure!)

Also the text is—let’s say—inspired by our work.

If you want to have a look, our masterpiece of science is available here, while the Indian paper is available here.