Because I don't know when I might kick the bucket, I am including here ideas that are very preliminary.
With regards the accreattion of a Nucleon. Orginially I had a set of two rows of 137 PP turned 90 degree from each other topped with a single PP on each side also turned 90 degree to that face.
But as of 2017 and going over chapter 2-5 in finer detail, I have a problem in getting such a N to form. It appears, though I am still working on the details, that I might end up with, at best, one complete row of P's on one side, but only a half row on the other. This is because in order for the particles to line up at center of mass (com) they must rotate to that point. And senerios to to this do not allow a second full row. To get that on the second 1/2 row on one side P would have rotate off the end P of the other row and land on top of a established row, which would prevent com alignment.
But its very interesting. Because in using the 1:137 width to length ratio side accreattion of attoms begins at 75% of the length if a rod (see chapter 5). But here only 75% of the "full" N is formed.
May 25 2018
Looking at chapter 4.5 and the above. ANY particle that ends up unable to re-achieve linear motion in total it cannot fit with the dynamics (system) of chapter 6. so the above, full one side, half full the other face, would not work. And since can not get two full faces, only one full face then can be a N. now to fit them together.
Reading about Neutrons, wow how fascinating as regards my theory. This is where the rubber meets the road. In standard physics the perception of a Neutron may be way off from reality. Furthermore the idea that a electron does not decay (at least for 10 to the 28th power years, is polar opposite of my hypothesis were it probably is formed and destroyed millions of times a second. And why isn't the energy states, including emitting a photon considered a type of decay, definitely is a change.
But I cant figure neutrons out via my hypothesis, but they would have to still be able to be accelerated, but not have a capacity to discharge a PP like a proton. Which should be possible to arrange with my N as so far derived from chapters 2-5. But need to figure it out, if possible.