The market keeps theCellulose from the populations of the world and, secretly, distributes to wooden warehouses, the ones owned by millions of the childfree analog villager entities(C.A.V.E.) on XContinent. So, the marketplace algorithm masking all(M.A.M.A) thinks, they would want to hoard the DNA; well ok, with the further idea of presenting, as if stockpiling were the next step in the government regime entity quest underwriting instigations regressing enterprise(R.E.Q.U.I.R.E.), the mandate that, someday, will separate order from unrest.This is the way the XContinent Regime will address protest in its own global streets, economically and statistically, the manner in which they will regulate, hiding vast stores of DNA product in hamlets; placed in such obscurity, they will not remember they even exist. In the decades leading up to these times, they preferred the subject of DNA remain a constant subject of rumor in the business of import and export. theHumans producing consuming and, yes, trying to trade demand too much of theMarketplace algorithm and, presently, they, the entire population of XContinent got their due for simply wanting too much. Why does the human tendency to speculate and hoard necessisarily expect prices (money coming in?) to increase? The early, individualism, settlers of ZContinent didn't seem to have this problem. How can a simple idea of later 20thCentury, collective bargaining have been so mean and greedy with the general populations; to create short term profit by virtual short term shortages--to want so much money and, thus it seems, attention, or worse, admiration? People should know how a concept as simple as marketplace, should work, and that, keeping information from the marketplace that responds (really?) to 25 million DNA farmers--the lack of information--becomes the source of even more rumors and, yes, more speculation, as if a wild animal running loose. It seems, as DNA production data remains unpublished, the symbol of a brewing commodity inflates. "Let's see the import and export data and, for now, there is damage to the computer system for the very simple reason of....what?
How much of the potential rise in prices is driven by worries the world is running short of DNA, if anyone can even measure the shortage; if they'd only stored the cellulose in better warehouses, tried to prevent the floods and fires (how?), not gotten involved the idea of strategic reserve, or data on inputs of goods and services. Couldn't they have unleashed something else, all at once, besides DNA hoarding? It is highly possible to think of DNA being stashed throughout the world (through a Continental Trading Company?) or anything, creating a tighter market as production falls and demand increases. Think of ZContinebnt with its own artificial short supply; even as a wide investigation with little ability to gather DNA intelligence, various planting directors overseeing planting algorithms(D.O.P.E.) overviews production operations on thousands of islands. Smaller output and higher costs cause even more uncertainty and, swings in theMarketplace promote an outcry for government DNA produces and users from around the world. Suppliers could have, governments think, gone the other way. DNA, the most volatile of all exchange traded commodities, enters its own vicious cycle of accumulation and (market share?) health risk. It only waits to explode.