Triple T, I think that Physiology, in general, is indeed very interesting. I don’t know how I said it in my previous post, but I intended to say that I am not well educated in penis physiology, not that it isn’t interesting.
In fact, I have always been interested in the medical sciences, and found a way to combine my engineering studies with medicine when I went to graduate school for biomedical engineering. I wasn’t a good enough student to be a doctor, but if I had to do it all over again, that is probably what I would want to be. I envy guys like you and pudendum.
A multi pronged approach from many different angles will be required for us to get to the bottom of the question of why does PE work. I’m not an engineer (my father and one of my sons is; it skipped a generation). When I went to graduate school, I had to fight my way through the mathematics of physiology (particularly biophysics). Biomedical engineering applies engineering principles to biological systems. I envy your working knowledge of engineering and its biological applications, because I don’t have it.
College credit at the Thunder Place University of Penislology will be up Professor Thunder.