1. Introduction

    1. Construction of U and D matrices

    2. Observations crucial for the model of hadron masses

    3. A possible model for hadron

  2. Quark masses

    1. Basic mass formulas

    2. The p-adic length scales associated with quarks and quark masses

    3. Are scaled up variants of quarks also there?

  3. Topological mixing of quarks

    1. Mixing of the boundary topologies

    2. The constraints on U and D matrices from quark masses

    3. Constraints from CKM matrix

  4. Construction of U, D and CKM matrices

    1. The constraints from CKM matrix and number theoretical conditions

    2. How strong mumber theoretic conditions one can pose on U and D matrices

    3. Could rational unitarity make sense?

    4. The parametrization suggested by the mass squared conditions

    5. Thermodynamical model for the topological mixing

    6. U and D matrices from the knowledge of top quark mass alone?

  5. Hadron masses

    1. The definition of the model for hadron masses

    2. The anatomy of hadronic space-time sheet

    3. Pseudoscalar meson masses

    4. Baryonic mass differences as a source of information

    5. Color magnetic spin-spin splitting

    6. Color magnetic spin-spin interaction and super-canonical contribution to the mass of hadron

    7. Summary about the predictions for hadron masses

    8. Some critical comments