2) This article, which is almost the archetypal SCIENCE IS AMAZING article, whereby a new discovery is blown vastly out of proportion, and a theoretical "We had a nice idea that we're now going to explore" is portrayed as "THE WORLD WILL CHANGE FOREVER". In this case, particularly because it's talking about a successor to graphene, which was _last week's_ AMAZING DISCOVERY THAT HAS CHANGED THE WORLD FOREVER, but has now apparently been replaced despite the fact that nobody has actually got any graphene products in the shop yet.
3) This politics article. Because if you don't listen to your opponents when they have a good point then you're idealists who are unwilling to listen to reason, and if you do listen to them then you have apparently suffered "an intellectual collapse". Because, apparently, everything in politics is point scoring. Compare this to Germany where the mainstream right party and the mainstream left party have just hammered out a coalition and are working together for the good of their country.
*A word that annoys me, largely because I can never work out exactly where the u is supposed to go.
**At some point I will write up how I feel about Scottish Independence. Not this week though.
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