In this paper, we consider the injuries incurred from autofellatio that cause digestive problems. The esophagus is put on a
mathematical basis and the force necessary to allow for the bolus to enter the stomach.
Autofellatio causes a sinusoidal bend in the spine. This leads
to misalignment of the esophagus causing digestive problems. The
misalignment causes air blockages (or airlock) that prevent the bolus
from descending to the stomach. In addition, the bending of the
sternum causes a sudden widening of the esophagus as it enters
the stomach. This leads to a venturi affect with a sudden drop in
pressure on the bolus as it passes through the venturi. As the food
begins to stall in the esophagus, and more and more bolus is added,
and the air is blocked from coming up, the pressure increases
to a point where no more food can be swallowed. Thus, you have
a digestive problem. Now for a bit on the spine . There are 31
vertebrae in the human spine. There are 12 cranial nerves. 31 is
the 12th Prime umber. 21/Ln 12=1.247~1.25=Emin of the Golden
Mean Parabola (GMP). Of the 31 vertebrae, only the top 25 make us
a sine curve shape of the spine. (cervical, thoracic, lumbar). From
AT Math, we know, Period T=0.250
1.25 / 0.4/6.626=0.4716
θ=0.6186~Root of the GMP.
Sin G=Sin (0.667)=0.618
Euler’s Critical Column Load.
=π²(0.4233)(y4/12)/([0.5 x L²)
1.247/105mV=118.76=1/sin 1 rad
Since KE increases, pressure drops, and the bolus gets stuck
without pressure from the esophagus wall.
FE=sin θ=sin G
Mass does not undergo change. Therefore,
FG α g=sin θ
FE=sin G=g=sin 0.667=0.618
1/t=E=-1.25 ⇒ Minimum of the golden mean parabola where
Therefore, the food doesn’t move into the stomach.