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The Ethics Of Progress

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The Ethics of Progress is a mind-melting, jargon-free, whistle-stop tour of leading edge Quantum Physics. Read More >

The Ethics of Progress is a mind-melting, jargon-free, whistle-stop tour of leading edge Quantum Physics in which Unlimited’s artistic director Jon Spooner explains how his understanding of the world and everything in it was radically altered by his conversations with Professor Vlatko Vedral, who heads up the Quantum Information Group at the University of Leeds.

By avoiding jargon and explaining in straightforward terms the concepts of Superposition, Wave Particle Duality, Quantum Entanglement and Teleportation, The Ethics of Progress pushes theoretical physics into real life situations and imagines the world as it might be in the not-too-distant future.

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Important Dates & Timing

Opening Night: 16/09/2008

Closing Night: 27/09/2008

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Cast & Creative

Creative

Director - Amy Hodge and Jon Spooner

Producer - Unlimited Theatre, Oxford Playhouse and Leeds Met Studio Theatre

Designer - Mic Pool

Author - Jon Spooner, Chris Thorpe and Clare Duffy

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