Since the beginning of human history, people have sought immortality. What was once reserved for the realms of religion and gods quickly spread out into the world of science and beyond, consuming the minds of philosophers, poets, writers, scientists and the public alike.
Bradford Literature Festival is excited to welcome professor and physicist, Akram Khan and author, Anthony Peake, for a fascinating debate on one of the most contentious subjects of modern science.
Peake’s groundbreaking book, Is There Life After Death? The Extraordinary Science of What Happens When We Die, proposed an astonishing theory – one that states that personal death is, in fact, a scientific impossibility.
Join us for an event that will reach for the heart of what it means to be human and try, using the latest scientific research, to answer the ultimate question: can we really live forever?