i was just wondering how heavy is an average size erect dick?
Hmm... that's an interesting question. Quick, someone get a postal scale.
good question. good luck finding that out. i would think it would be pretty hard to collect the data on that one, but kudos to you if you can!
I think the density would be very close to the same as water, so if you measure the volume (e.g. by displacement), it should have a similar weight to that volume of water.
I remember in Jr High we talked about that.
Not abut what your wang should weigh but about displacement.
I do not recall adding 30% to get accurate results.
Just a discussion I remember really.
to get a actual honest accurate result they can fill a tank right to the top where the cohesion of the water is about to be broken so its level is just barely above the rim. From that point anything that is t be measured is suspended above and slowly lowered into the tank and the run off water is collected and that is what you put on the scale minus the weight of the container so you would gt a gross weight and a tare weight.
thats what I remember but that was uhhh around 1983 or 84 so its been a few years since the actual discussion took place I could be forgetting little or alot.
seems easy enough to test in a container if you add 20 lbs it would displace 20 lbs of water or 5 lbs would do 5 lbs.
take a steak and get a weight.
put it in a container where the run off can be measured and weight the collected water ad compare.
since fat is more buoyant though would it measure that as well or would it measure it accurately anyways?
this sounds science related now, we need Java to figure it out, shes the science queen on these boards, or Steve to make an appearance, he always found the research to support or disprove theory's on the boards.
Let's agree to respect each others views, no matter how wrong yours may be.
If an object is denser than water and you put it is a container of water full to the brim, the amount that overflows has the same volume as the object.
If an object is less dense than water it will float. If you nevertheless force it under the surface, the amount that overflows has the same volume as the object. If you allow it to float naturally, the amount that overflows has the same weight as the object.
I suspect a penis is a lot more than 70% water, but the rest of it will have a density similar to water anyway.
estimated guess, 1st off, the size would change the weight, but I'd say between 3-5oz
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Whatever it is, I'm sure it weighs a LOT more hard than when flaccid - there's a whole lot of extra blood that flows in there to make it hard.
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