Some mathematics - Why gain in Girth is more difficult to achieve
From what I can read at the forum, length seems to be easier to achieve than girth while girth is what most people would like to gain in. I do not consider this strange at all as it is all about a cubic change of size we are talking about. For nitpickers, I assume in the example below that the penis is a perfect cylinder ;) .
Living in Sweden, we measure everything in centimetres so my little calculations below will be in cm but comparing in percentage.
Using myself as an example, I have gained 2 cm in length and 1.5 cm in girth. If the length gain would be the only gain I would have gotten, the percentage gain would have been simply 2/15 = 13%. Not bad in 8-9 months.
The girth gain calculated in the same way (from 12 to 13.5), example of no length gain, is a cubic change and is calculated like this:
Initial cubic size: (circuit/pi/2)^2*pi*length = (12/pi/2)^2*pi*15 = 172 cm3
Change in cubic size: (13.5/pi/2)^2*pi*15 = 218 cm3
Change in percentage = (218 - 172)/172 = 27%.
So in percentage, the 1.5 cm in girth change is much more of an achievement than the length change! Now, the head of the penis has not changed so one should remove that from the calculation to get it a more accurate but then the change would be even more in the part that actually can change.
Overall, I have gotten the following percentage change in 8-9 months:
((13.5/pi/2)^2*pi*17)-(12/pi/2)^2*pi*15)) / (12/pi/2)^2*pi*15) = 43% change!!
That is so incredible much that I begin to doubt that I have measured myself correctly from the beginning!
My ultimate goal is something like 20 cm and 15 cm in circuit. Such a change would be:
((15/pi/2)^2*pi*20)-(12/pi/2)^2*pi*15)) / (12/pi/2)^2*pi*15) = 108% change!!
I wonder if it possible at all.
Hope I didn’t disappoint you guys!
Start 2008-09-01: 5,9" X 4,5", 2012-03-31: 7,3" X 5.4" - Goal 7,5" X 5,5"