Lube your heads with this while hanging.
Hers a little something to wet your minds. Its a plot of the same thing we’ve been looking at in the top half, but in the bottom half I plotted the gain rate. Basically this is a graph of how quickly we are gaining based on how long we’ve been doing PE. People new to PE gain very fast, but their quick initial gain rates quickly slow down.
For all you non math people: all I’ve done is plot what we math folk call a derivative. In the top graph you see something that hopefully I’ve already explained successfully in another post — ie a plot of your expected gains based on how long you’ve been pe’ing. In the bottom graph I plotted the derivative of the top graph. There is no new information here, but its interesting to look at it this way.
The gain rate graph has some amazing features. For one thing, the initial gain rate is infinite. What this means is that the first time a newbie does PE he will be gaining an infinite amount of inches the first time he does it. Unfortunately this amazing gain rate only lasts for an infinitely short amount of time. You are gaining at a rate of more than a billion inches per week but unfortunately it only lasts for a billionth of a second. The gain rate quickly falls. During your first week this model predicts a gain rate of 0.28 inches/week. Pretty amazing. During the second week the gain rate slows to 0.09 inches per week. Not as impressive. Thats why this game of PE is an ongoing battle. Not one you can win in a few weeks. You have to eek out your gains slowly over time.
Important Qualifying remarks: No one ever gains at an infinite rate. That calculation does indeed show up in the mathematical model but in the real world it doesn’t do anyone a whole lot of good.
PS: Next I think I will analyze erect girth since the analysis will be so similar to the erect length analysis. Then I’ll be getting to analyzing whether or not guys who start with bigger measurements gain quicker. Eventually chas, I will be attempting some kind of analysis based on exercises, but I will likely be making some kind of big petition for newbies to keep track of the exercises they do and for how long they do them. At that time I think I may also be petitioning members to fill in some more information on a data collection website, but you will here more about that when the time comes.
-Still bitter the y2k bug was a dud.
-My dear boy, do you ask a fish how it swims? (No.) Or a bird how it flies? (No.) Of course not. They do it because they were born to do it...