Reference: Scientic American December 1984 page 55
(Article: Atomic Memory by Richard G Brewer and Erwin L. Hahn pages 50 -57 )

Now according to Physics, a proton is not a true sphere, and yet, it is somehow, still considered as an elementary particle. This, I think, is quite impossible. Just what does a proton look like; exactly how is it composed? Well, it has a preferred axis, and when it is pushed off-axis by 45 degrees, it precesses to a new axis of 90 degrees from its original axis position. This is certainly not the mechanics of an elementary particle. The complexities of these motions should not be associated with any fundamentality. However, if you take ANY of these 14 vector clusters and perform the same tilting experiment, they would replicate the observed results.