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15:33 UK time, Tuesday, 29 March 2011

Re: China 'to overtake US on science' in two years - maybe, but those trains are going to have to be a whole lot bigger if they're going to catch on over here.
Chris in Paris, Paris, France

In reference to Monday's stat - 85, the age at which we're happiest: as life expectancy here in the UK is 79.9 years, does that mean Brits are happiest dead?
Ross, Norwich

So last week we didn't know the author of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang? Despite Ian Fleming being credited as the author on the book, the film AND the stage show? May I suggest you get someone with a degree in Media Studies to edit "10 Things" in future?
Ruaraidh Gillies, Wirral, UK

Re: Rachel from Canada (Monday's letters), I went to five primary schools in three countries and I never read Mice and Men either. I did, however, study the Tudors twice!
Kieran, Exeter

Are you now publishing stories with headlines like this solely to generate letters to the Magazine?
Richard, Epsom, UK

"Jordan battles to regain 'priceless' Christian relics". Was I the only one who read this and though "oh no... what has she done now?"
Bangledancer, Lincoln, UK

Yes, we all thought the same thing.
Sue, London

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