Tyrone Zoltan Denessy

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Tyrone Zoltan Denessy
Born 2 April 1920(1920-04-02)
Dragesti, Transylvania, Roumania, Kingdom of Hungary
Died 16 January 1986 (65)
Mclean, Fairfax Co., Virginia
Nationality Hungarian (by birth); American (nat. c. 1961)[1]
Workplace(s) DuPont Chemical; Standard Oil Co.; National Academy of Sciences (Prevention of Deterioration Center)

Tyrone Zoltan Denessy (April 2, 1920 - January 16, 1986) was a Hungarian-born research chemist and physicist who devised a theory that cancer is caused by a dysfunction of what he called "torque-converting liquid crystals" on the atomic level, in particular elemental zinc (thus the "Zinc Instrinic Factor"), which he proposed act as atomic "switches" to the organs of the body.

Selected Bibliography

  • Denessy, Tyrone Zoltan (1973), Unified Theory for the Elucidation of Emotionally Induced Carbohydrate Metabolism. Vol. 1: Conceptual Foundation of Cancer Research in Light of Animate/Inanimate Correlation. 


  • Blahut, Fred (1982), "Research Biochemist Warns: 'Insulin Poisoning Diabetics'", A-V. (American Anti-Vivisection Society)