Measuring erection hardness

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  1. matthi

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    Has anyone ever made a scientific attempt to measure erection hardness objectively? You know, using standard engineering measures such as the appropriately named Rockwell scale for indentation hardness?
     
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    I don't thing a rockwell test would give you a very accurate reading considering how soft human tissue is vs any material its used on, (not to mention no one is going to volunteer to have a 120degree diamond cone or 10mm ball pressed into their penis). I could see maybe something like a brinell hardness test accept instead of using 10,000psi, perhaps something like 50 psi...
     
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    I have independent scientific data that verifies my boner is harder than marble.
     
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