Erm, yeah? That's the point of the argument? Your equations suggest that there is a minimum radius for any possible fundamental particle; a radius smaller than which any (fundamental) particle cannot exist. This would put a lower bound on the size of any hypothetical (fundamental) particle, which would be of major importance. Such features are therefore extremely important to work out. Have you worked out this particular consequence of your hypothesis, and checked that it is compatible with reality? Are you sure you're looking at the right link? "The proton is a vortex in the yet to be defined super fluid aether" "From standard quantized angular momentum or quantization of circulation of a super fluid," Sounds pretty super fluid aether-y to me!