A scientific theory is a communicable precise and useful description of the behavior of a large class of phenomena.

To be precise and useful, it should make strong logical and mathematical predictions of this behavior.

Your post #6 is not about anything like this, it is about free-association of mental pictures. Your post #8 is predictive of nothing, and ignores the actual mass ratios involved aren't close to integers as you portray and that the electric charges of the quarks are not as you describe them. Further you don't account for quarks interactive by a type of charge SU(3) which is qualitatively different than the type of charges U(1) and SU(2) (collectively electroweak) that the have in common. In post #9 it is clear that you don't account for the experimental evidence of the neutrino at all.

Thus it is fact that your posts on this topic have no connection with actual physical phenomena and that your quarklet idea doesn't qualify as a hypothesis that evidence doesn't immediately reject.

For your future reference, the best accepted estimate of the exact proton-electron mass ratio is:

$$1836.152 672 45 \pm 0.000 000 75$$

http://physics.nist.gov/cgi-bin/cuu/Value?mpsme
Thus it follows that the ratio of smallest numbers that is consistent with our understanding of the proton-electron mass ratio is:

$$\frac{240536}{131} \; = \; 1836 \, \frac{20}{131} \; \approx \; 1836.152671755725 \dots$$

which is subject to revision as our estimate of this ratio gets better in precision experiments.

Similarly for the muon-electron ratio we have:

$$206.7682843 \pm 0.0000052$$ which suggests $$\frac{200772}{971} \; = \; 206 \frac{746}{971} \approx 206.76828012358$$.

http://physics.nist.gov/cgi-bin/cuu/Value?mmusme
Since both 131 and 971 are prime numbers, this route does not obviously suggest a unique common building block, since the uncertainty in the electon-muon is too large to justify this claim.

$$1836.152 672 45 \pm 0.000 000 75 \; = \; \frac{233560456.08831245}{131\times971} \pm \frac{0.09540075}{131 \times 971}

206.7682843 \pm 0.0000052 \; = \; \frac{26301132.5312443}{131\times971} \pm \frac{0.6614452}{131\times971}$$

Moreover the electron-neutron mass ratio fails to be an integer ratio $$\frac{233882400.2992605 \pm 0.1399211}{131 \times 971}$$.

Finally, this explanation in terms of mass ratios ignores what we know of masses and bound systems, since the mass of the deuteron is less than the sum of the masses of a proton and neutron by about half a million of these units.