I did already. Also discussed the obvious fact that in the nucleus it is stabilized and extended this nuclear stabilization concept to suggest that tritium might be one of the stable "simple sub assemblies" with alpha particle assembles that make up the nucleus. As I could still edit my post, I made the "neutrons are unstable" statement orange so you can quickly locate it. I hope you will give more than a scan to my post. It contains a lot of thought (almost three hours in the writing) as it has many facts I needed to dig up. I am suggesting and making evident a clear pattern (for possible sub nuclear structures that may answer why there is an upper limit on the number of neutrons that can be added to any element. - That is a superficial mystery as more neutrons should make more strong force with no addition to the Coulomb to hold the nucleus together better.) I have pondered this mystery for years and finally decided to collect some facts and try to see some pattern, which I did. Only break of the pattern is the unstable isotope of carbon 14, which I made red in the list of data and suggested pattern of structure. It should be stable, more so that stable C13. Perhaps this instability of C14, like the expansion of water when it freezes, is one of God's few miracles? If water were normal and became denser when freezing, life on Earth would be impossible. If C14 were stable then it could not be used for Carbon dating and it would be much harder to show the Creationists their stupidity about God making the Earth with dinosaurs only 6000 years ago. Please take the time to read and understand the point of my post which you obviously just skimmed. You are intelligent and thoughtful. I would appreciate your comments.