The core of my point concerns more the mathematics of these networks. I do not think that the problem are the supply chains itself, but its size and its topology, as well as velocity of exchange. Mine is a conjecture, and perhaps I am wrong. But the history shows how over extended networks, like the silk road, infections like the black dead easily spread. These networks not only facilitate the transport of epidemics, but open ecosystems where trapped diseases can be easily transported.

The core of my point concerns more the mathematics of these networks.

I do not think that the problem are the supply chains itself, but

its size and its topology, as well as velocity of exchange. Mine is a

conjecture, and perhaps I am wrong. But the history shows how over

extended networks, like the silk road, infections like the black dead

easily spread. These networks not only facilitate the transport of

epidemics, but open ecosystems where trapped diseases can be easily

transported.