Discovery of first genetic variants associated with meaning in life

For the first time, locations on the human genome have been identified that can explain differences in meaning in life between individuals. This is the result of research conducted in over 220,000 individuals. The researchers identified two genetic variants for meaning in life and six genetic variants for happiness.

What in the world to they mean by “meaning” @Patrick? I’m still confused after reading the article.

I am to. I have no idea what they mean by “meaning” I thought that some one could figure it out. They tested 220,000 people. That would be a lot of differences of opinion on “the meaning of life”

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