Gonzo Survivor Recap

Who cares? Now that C-boy has been airlifted out, there is nobody left to root for or against. Game over.

I may return to recapping on the next series if it warrants. I long for a return to Survivor where the contestants have some clue about either strategy or survival. This group of airhead goofballs are really not worth wasting time on.

Enjoy.

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4 thoughts on “Gonzo Survivor Recap

  1. Dear Sir!
    Here You have short info about our party the only CNFHR’s in the World.
    Yours
    Dr. Adolf Nowak
    NSPAP
    > > This and next year possible is, a short, 10 unit serie of model “2013” to built.
    > > (End eventually 2014 on new IE.4 class magnet engines with 30% less electrical power intake, also some 160-170% overall efficiency).
    > > Here are technical specs.
    > > S= Siemens, H stays for Helmke engine producer.
    > > Engine power
    > > [kW ] …. …. … . … …. … . …. ….11.00…. …. … ….15.00… … . …. …18.50
    > > Heat production
    > > [kWh ] …. … … . …. …. … …. …16.00 … . … … . .22.00 …. … … . .. 28.00
    > > Electrical power : [kWh ]
    > > S/H. …. …. … …. …. …. … ….14.40/14 .00 … . .19.50/19.00 ……24.50/24.00
    > > Heated room: [m 2 ] (by 30/75 kWh norm)
    > > … …. … …. …. …. … …. …. ….1.300/500 … . … 1.800/700 … …. 2.300/900
    > > Total mass
    > > [kG ] …. …. … …. …. … . … …. ..115 … . …. … …. …132 … … . … . … 150
    > > Process efficiency (%)
    > > S/H … . … . …. … …. …. …. …110/114 … . …. ….112 /115 … … . …114 /117
    > > Mechanical efficiency (%)
    > > S/H … . … . …. …. … …. …. …194 /194 … … . … 195 /195 … . … …201 /201
    > > (electrical into mechanical power output which is 75% of nominal engine power)
    > > f.e. 11 kW engine real crankshaft mechanical power (load) is 8.25 kW only for longevity of engine.
    > > Siemens IE.2 engines are today 16x leiser over previous EFF2 (IE.1) class engines 70:82 dB.
    > > Loudness of Helmke is practically as previously but they are 2.5% more economical.
    > > According to tests, 7.5 kW engine is only marginally OU, about 105% only
    > > and 4.4 as well 5.5 kW, the best suited for 1 home only, very hard to achieve 100% with IE.2 engines.
    > > But You have to take into advance that even simple electrical heaters (short circuit) have 85%.
    > > Our CNFHR’S have constant relability to (-) 273 degs C, can work  in outer space too for propulsion, but better suited for this the DRJ600 is which posses 3x output power.
    > > This is unique 1 piece in the World only.
    > http://nspap.livejournal.com/1398.html
    > > On todays IE.2 engines it makes 350%, on IE.4 about 500% possible is.
    > > Here in Poland it means in cheap night mode 10/24 H some 7-10x more economy over gas/coal.
    > > But this really for 24/24 H mode intended is, also well over 4-6 times cheaper than coal/gas.
    > > The smallest 11 kW is in this option for 10.000 sqm to heat (new homes).
    > More about our civilian CNFHR’s You will kindly find in this chapter:
    > http://nspap.livejournal.com/25641.html
    > > Yours
    > > Dr Adolf Nowak
    > http://www.nspap.livejournal.com

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