The Wandermust experiment should show that people are traveling not just because they want it but because really need it. Scientists from Singapore have come to prove that the desire to travel is a genetically transmitted inner need rather than a luxury.
Travelling is in our DNA
The experiment will examine the link between the passion for constant site change and the DNA. Special attention will be paid to one of the human genes, which is supposed to be related to the need for travel. The latest molecular genetics technology will be used for the study.
The Scoot Company has already begun searching for people who will agree to participate voluntarily in the experiment. Apart from being the first to learn the survey results, they will receive a 100,000-mile bonus from Singapore Airlines.