TOTD 2018-10-30: Car Inspection

Every two years I part with $1,000 or more getting my Toyota inspected. It is a tune-up, correcting problems, and paying for a low level liability insurance inspection. The good news is this keeps junkers off the road. The bad news is I am out 10,000 dimes. I like those dimes a lot.

What is your area’s inspections cost? Make me feel good and be higher, please.... [Read More]


Live with Regis and Hillary

Remember a few weeks ago when the big splash was announced that Bill & Hill were going on a speaking tour? it was called “An Evening with President Bill Clinton and former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton.” Just out of curiosity I googled it – it was being produced by a company called “Live Nation” and the first date was Nov. 18 in Las Vegas. I went to the site and –


Fox Network employs censorship to keep George Soros free of blame

Censorship spreads to FOX News Network itself – as it bans Chris Farrell

Recently Lou Dobbs had Chris Farrell of Judicial Watch on his show. Farrell then commented on how George Soros is funding the migrant caravan.

From the article up now on “The Wrap” —
Chris Farrell accused Soros of funding the migrant caravan in Central America on “Lou Dobbs Tonight”
Jeremy Fuster | October 28, 2018 @ 1:15 PM Last... [Read More]


Electromagnetic Discovery May Demystify Quantum Mechanics

Here’s a press release from Q-Track on my discovery and publication… Hans

Physicists have long been troubled by the paradoxes and contradictions of quantum mechanics. Yesterday, a possible step forward appeared in the Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A. In a paper, “Energy velocity and reactive fields” [pay wall, free preprint], physicist Hans G. Schantz, presents a novel way of looking at electromagnetics that shows the deep tie between electromagnetics and the pilot wave interpretation of quantum mechanics.... [Read More]



Brazil elected a more-or-less conventional conservative with populist inflection to the presidency yesterday by a solid margin (55%/45%). There are a few interesting elements:

  1. His base of support includes young voters (16–24; 16 year-olds can vote in Brazil).
  2. He’s an immigration skeptic, favoring more restrictions.
  3. He favors gun rights.
  4. He opposes affirmative action/racial quotas.
  5. He favors privatization of state-owned enterprises.
  6. He is characterized as “far-right” by the media, including Fox.* Of course, the usual suspects also characterized him as an extremist.

Add this to the ascendancy of somewhat similar parties in Europe (e.g., AfD) and it’s starting to look like a movement of global extent. President Trump has already congratulated the president-elect.... [Read More]