Pakistani scientist makes breakthrough in applied sciences


LAHORE, July 5 (APP): A Pakistani scientist has made an important breakthrough by carrying out the first scientific demonstration of Magneto-Hydro-Tropism (MHT) at the forefront of global scientific establishments.

Prof Qadhi Aurangzeb Al-Hafi, the principal discoverer of MHT, performed the first experimentation of exposing plasma and other object-testers to approximately 1.2 Tesla at an altitude of over 4,000 feet from the ground level, in a plane on Tuesday.

Besides NASA, Cambridge University and National Post-Scientific Authority, USA, demonstration’s observing scientific panel consisted of inter-disciplinary experts from diverse academia, including Professor Emeritus Dr Zaki (COMSATS), Dr Azam Sheikh (Science International), Dr Shaheen Khan (HEC) and researchers from different institutions.

The greatest discovery of the era, MHT, has been made by Professor Qadhi Aurangzeb Al-Hafi, a multidisciplinary scientist of Pakistan, currently engaged as the principal investigator for post-doctoral research works in several reputed universities of Asia, including the University of

Punjab, Lahore, Pakistan.

MHT can coarsely and precisely be viewed or grasped as an omni-present, omni-potent phenomenon associated with the hydrogen element’s susceptibility to the magnetic field. The phenomenon is concomitantly based on a weightless wave like particle named as “Magnetron”, which behaves like a vector-entity i.e. scalar lines producing vectorial effect.

Talking to the media at Walton airport after the experiment on female pregnant rabbit in the air, Dr Hafi said that the ground-breaking discovery of MHT emerged to vivid broad- spectrum and far-reaching impacts on multi-spheric segments of basic, as well as applied sciences. He said it provides nucleic framework by laying the very core conceptual  foundations of an entirely new orbit-realm in high energy physics.

He said that by virtue of this magnanimous scientific achievement, Pakistan is turning out to be the world’s capital in Magneto-kinetics, leaving far behind the claims made by the scientists of a neighbouring country.

He said that the research opens new horizons in the fields of physics, chemistry, space sciences, medicine, biology, electronics, environmental sciences and host of associated sciences. He said that Albert Einstein frame-worked the concepts of quantum physics and now Pakistani scientists’ team is frame-working the concept of MHT. He said that the phenomenon called `photo-tropism’ or the `photo-tropicity’ is not new to the scientific literature and has remained well known but the phenomenon of MHT has remained such a virgin concept in the modern scientific endeavours so far.APP/kfh/rsd