I have practical experience in the form of a pair of Oakley fuel cell polarised.
I also understand the physics.
I know they cut glare due to the vertical polarisation of reflected light.
I have just never, ever, experienced a situation whilst driving or cycling or ski-ing where this is a problem that needs sorting.
I have experienced the screen issues whilst searing polarised lenses and I have experienced ironworks on the pavement appearing to be raised in an odd way. Due to edge reflection effects.
I have also experienced the £30 uptick in purchase price over non polarised.
FWIW, I am not confusing them with an iridium coating and I was recommending photochromic lenses for cycling in changing light conditions. TNRC for example.
As for "bollox" … this is LFGSS my friend.