This project explores the Anthropocene (our present geological epoch during which humans have a significant impact on the planet), under the microscope of cybernetics (the study of how people, machines, and animals control and communicate information). Humans have structured and created ‘systems’ for everything that breathes and occupies space on earth—ranging from nature to non-human, tangible to intangible. The RekenMachine (meaning calculator in Dutch) is an attempt to ridicule, mock, and perhaps understand the human tendency to control, and create systems that are based on the core idea of dependency and feedback. This website has set parameters to determine if the world system is “stable” or “unstable.” All these parameters are centered around humans. The site itself uses IoT technology which allows it to have access to every possible machine in the world. It then uses its computing capabilities to analyze the data generated to estimate the years required for the world to achieve “stability.” Furthermore, the newspaper titled The Anthro Times looks at the noise in the world system and how technology failed to solve some of the most significant problems created by humans in the next 50 years. This newspaper is from 2073 and is sold at a staggering rate of $78. It exposes the societal, environmental, and interpersonal changes that took place due to the increased reliance on technology to solve this man-made crisis.