Yes, but we already know that hockey stick graph was misleading. Mann left off the warming and cooling trend of the Medival warming trend, aka, the right side of the valley, to show a hockey stick, not an elongated U.
We also know he had code problems, and his results are bad.
Fraud? Probably not.
Confirmation Bias? Probably.
Perhaps you aren't aware that at the time Mann produced the hockey stick, the nature of his research was to investigate underlying natural cycles of climate (e.g. El Nino); he wasn't particularly interested in the AGW aspect of it. His initial graph went back as far as the data available at the time would allow and be statistically valid.
I'd suggest people read Mann's book "The Hockey Stick and the Climate Wars".
So got a list of really significant stuff in the A380 other than the size and record amount of cabling?
Well, the A380 was the first civil airliner to really use composites. It has >20%, whereas prior to that it was 10%. See "Advanced materials" on the A380 wikipedia page.