On the Back of a Tiger-A paradigm-shift in how we do science


Ride a tiger- To  find yourself in a precarious situation. The phrase comes from “He who rides a tiger is afraid to dismount.” Which is to say, once you find yourself in a dangerous circumstance, getting out of it can be even more potentially hazardous, whether to your health or your career.

Chinese Idiom: Riding on the Back of a Tiger and Finding It Hard To Get Off http://www.pureinsight.org/node/2520

On the Back of a Tiger presents a paradigm-shift in how we do science, ultimately leading to a better understanding of disease, aging, and nutrition.
A trailer and series of teasers for On The Back Of A Tiger, a documentary series in progress, profiling the life and work of unsung heroes of science and their battles with the establishment.


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