Harvesting of failures of any kind might reveal an emergent global geography of value different from the mineral values that have driven human industry and capital. The Anthropocene, is something like the epoch of a baby human that only know how to point to things and call their name. Things like gold and silver are shiny. Other things can be beaten or burned up for fuel or shaped into property. A world beyond human sees things arrayed in more of a period chart, assessed not only as artifact with names but for their valence electrons or their reactivity with each other. In that world problem are brimming with potential. It has geographies, dispositions and designs that, thanks to failure, often sit outside the bounds of capitals and nations with their wars and storybook histories. Constantly renewed, failure is a raw, limitless field of value.