Thread: Penile Weight
- 09-02-2010 #11
25.99 cubic inches! Well, okay then, but just how much does it weigh?
I found references for human tissue density as follows: 1.06 g/ml muscle, 0.9 g/ml fat.
So, your 25.99 cubic inches converts to about 426 milliliters (you're more than 40% of a liter!).
So, your unit weighs between 0.99 lb (pure muscle) and 0.84 lb (pure fat). Probably on the upper end of that range. (if I did the math right)
By the way, I confirmed your volume numbers, but it looks to me like you're short-changing yourself: shouldn't this be based on BPEL? Dude, you might be closer to 30 cubic inches, depending on what your BPEL is.PE: Change WE can believe in...
- 09-02-2010 #12
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- 09-02-2010 #13
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i knew it...
math dont have to suck!
- 09-02-2010 #14
The proverbial pound of flesh...PE: Change WE can believe in...
- 09-02-2010 #15
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