posted on Jun, 26 2012 @ 01:48 PM
reply to post by Rocketman7
So if you were buying and selling food on the open market, using the cloud computing system, you just need to know that all the players on the board
are approved players.
Then you can sell anything to anywhere almost instantly.
And get it delivered almost instantly. If the shipment is for instance broken up into bundles which cover a wide area.
The bundles converge on a hub.
And you can apply this principal to other goods. However, the kind of goods that do well under this system might be goods which are generic in nature,
and to sell it, a trusted representative is in a picture beside the product. In real time. The product has been shipped. Thats what they do
But without a backbone of trading depots, we cannot warehouse these goods for 'just in time' inventory.
In a growing world. So we need to invest some money in a trade backbone and have it connected by the most creative modern methods of transport to
facilitate cloud management and distribution. Feed the world.
That would feed them well.
edit on 26-6-2012 by Rocketman7 because: (no reason given)