Complete PE in 30 days
Food for thought.
Ok, with all the talk lately of sensible and conservative PE techniques, I thought I would throw out some more radical theories and back it up with partially logical pseudoscience.
Think of the penis as a complex collection of different types of tissues, all with different physical properties. However, the penis is only as strong as its weakest link. As you stretch the penis all the tissues will begin to deform elastically. This means that if you release the tension, the tissues will recoil to their original size. However this only occurs up until a certain point when the weakest link begins to deform plastically.
A basic concept from materials science is the transition form elastic deformation to plastic deformation. You can only stretch a material so far until you start to permanently alter the material. This is called plastic deformation. In summary, if you stretch a material elastically and release it, it will go back to its original shape. However if you stretch it past the plastic transition region and release it, the material will be permanently elongated.
When the weakest link begins to deform plastically, it is essentially beginning to tear at the microscopic level. The first weakest molecular bond breaks, then the second, then the third, etc. If you keep going you will eventually see a tear at the macroscopic level, ie you will have a torn tissue. I am not advocating reaching this level.
I propose stretching the penis under very strong forces in very controlled conditions until a plastic deformation of 1cm is reached. This point can be estimated using sophisticated lab equipment that can measure the stress-strain-time relationship of your penis. In addition I could imagine using an MRI machine to visualize the tearing tissues as it happens. The point we are looking for is the statistical aggregation of microtears into a localized region. It is very similar to stretching a plastic bag. You stretch to a point until you can see a singular region of plastically deformed plastic. If you don’t know what I am talking about, get a grocery store plastic bag and pull on it until you can see an localized alteration in the appearance of the plastic. I think this process might be called “pinching” or something like that. My point is that a plastic deformation will occur in a localized region of the penis. You would need to stop before this “pinched” region of deformation completely tears in half.
So what are we left with? Well, we now have one seriously painful wiener that has been plastically deformed in a certain area. Now you need to let this region heal. It will likely heal into a structure that is much stronger than the original tissue. This is the process that people are trying to avoid when the champion the techniques of moderate and conservative stretching. Their concept is to stretch the penis out slowly, thus avoiding the buildup of scar tissue. But since you have only injured a small region of your penis, only this small region will scar over. 95% of your penis is still uninjured, and in its original state.
You can then repeat this process, say 30 times, for total gains of 30 cm. And you will have only spent about 30hours doing active PE. The rest of the time will be spent healing in an ADS device.
Thats it! If I haven’t explained things enough I will gladly explain more. I struggled trying to keep this post to a reasonable length. Its a trade-off between explaining things so that everyone can understand, and making things so long that no one will read.
Maybe we should all spend our time trying to devise ways to detect the onset of plastic deformation and stopping before complete rupture. Why injure the whole penis evenly each time we PE by slowly elongating it through the process of “creep”? This might lead to “hitting” the wall. Obviously this technique is EXTREME!
I’d like to hear everyones comments please.
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