According to a 1950s survey, 75% of men ejaculate within two minutes of penetration.

January 24th, 2011. Tags: , , .

Masters and Johnson defines Premature Ejaculation as the condition in which a man ejaculates before his sex partner achieves orgasm, in more than fifty percent of their sexual encounters. Other sex researchers have defined premature ejaculation as occurring if the man ejaculates within two minutes of penetration; however, a survey by Alfred Kinsey in the 1950s demonstrated that three quarters of men ejaculate within two minutes of penetration in over half of their sexual encounters.. Self reported surveys report up to 75% of men ejaculate within 10 minutes of penetration. Today, most sex therapists understand premature ejaculation as occurring when a lack of ejaculatory control interferes with sexual or emotional well-being in one or both partners.

For more wild facts about PE, go to wikipedia.org.

A 4 foot walrus penis bone sold at auction in 2007 for $8,000.

January 23rd, 2011. Tags: , , , .

Discovered in Siberia, the fossilized baculum, or penis bone, is from a species of walrus that went extinct 12,000 years ago. The piece curves to a point and is covered with weathered skin and dry muscle tissue.

The auction house said it was believed to be the largest known mammal penis fossil.

Seen below is a portion of a fossilized Walrus penis bone that sold today at auction for $8000. Click image to see the whole photo. This marvel of nature, some 4.5 feet long, was purchased by the holding company that owns the Rilpey’s Believe it or Not! Museums.

For more wild facts about the auction, go to boingboing.net

Rattlesnake mating sessions have been known to last more than 22 hours.

January 22nd, 2011. Tags: , .

For more wild facts about snakes, go to desertusa.com.

A mimic octopus can morph its body to look like different predatory sea creatures.

January 21st, 2011. Tags: , , , , .

For more wild facts about mimic octopi, go to youtube.com.

If you folded a piece of paper in half 100 times, it would be 8×10 (to the 22nd) miles in height.

January 13th, 2011. Tags: , , .

A popular belief holds that it is impossible to fold a sheet of paper in half more than 7 times, folding in any direction, as the challenge had existed for many years and had never been solved. This belief was debunked by then high school student Britney Gallivan who successfully folded a piece of paper 12 times. More importantly she developed the mathematical and physical explanations for the actual folding limits of incompressible materials when folding in one or two directions. After the mathematics were developed she demonstrated folding in half 12 times both by folding paper in a single direction and by folding gold foil while rotating the folding 90 degrees after each fold.

The television series MythBusters “busted the myth” of the 7 fold limit by folding taped-together sheets the size of a football field in half and turning 90 degrees each time, for a total of 11 folds. The first eight folds were completed by hand, while the rest were completed using both steam rollers and fork lifts. This was accomplished by using not a single piece of paper but 17 large rolls of paper taped together to form a very large yet relatively thin “sheet.”

Folding a piece of paper in half 100 times, if it were possible, would produce a stack of paper approximately 8×1022 miles in height.

For more wild facts about paper folding, go to wikipedia.org.

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