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Experiences Make Us Happy, Even Just Waiting For Them

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August 27, 2014
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New research finds we get more excited to buy experiences than we do to buy material things. Video provided by Newsy


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AFP (Apr. 28, 2012) — Argentina's farmers cannot roll back climate change -– but with a new biotech advance which allows crops to survive in hot, dry climes, they may not need to. One team has found that transferring a sunflower gene into cereal crops like corn and soy can help them to survive longer without water, and even make them more productive. The discovery is being touted as Argentina's next genetically modified "miracle" -- for better and for worse.
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AFP (Feb. 18, 2013) — Just a short journey from the hectic center of Hong Kong, water buffaloes roam over jungle-clad hills. But a decision to move some of them has sparked a row between villagers who view them as a nuisance, and nature lovers who see them as part of a beautiful rural setting.
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