The Minhaj University Lahore (MUL), considering the accelerated pace of the Digital Revolution, Science and technology in the modern era, organised the two days Global Forum on Innovations in Science & Technology, [Glob-FIST] 2021, a virtual conference held on May 29th & 30th, 2021.
The conference was marked with significant numbers of 839 participants globally and duly presented by international scholars of repute from Spain, France, and Oman.
Dr. Khurram Shahzad, Registrar MUL while giving the brief introduction of the conference stated that it is being organized by the Faculty of Basic Sciences and Mathematics” and the “Faculty of Computer Sciences and Information Technology.
The theme of the conference is “Science and Technology, Connecting Past, Present and Future” under many sub-themes related to Computer Science, Space Science, Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry, and Physics.
Indeed it will be a golden opportunity to listen to the international speakers and panelists
Dr Hussain Mohi Uddin Qadri, Deputy Chairman BOG-MUL while delivering the keynote speech on the Topic: The Human Migration to Space the Islamic Perspective emphasized that it is a matter of immense agony that in this age of speedy development of scientific and space technology Pakistan lags and is relying upon borrowed crutches for his satellite navigation system. Which is a great threat to the sovereignty and defense system of Pakistan.
He added that it is a matter of grave concern that our educational institutes are at a naught level to have space labs to dispense the quality of research work for space agencies and to have our satellite system. It is high time for the government to take pragmatic steps to this end.
He underlined in recent centuries, secular minds separated science from religion and created the cult of science; they assigned to science the attributes due upon religion.
Talking about the aspect of human migration to other planets, he stated that in the present era, science has acknowledged the expansion of the universe which signifies the fact that there are planets in the universe that demonstrate that the human population could survive.
Eventually, he concluded that the speedy exploration of space, suggests that before the turn of the century the human race, the creatures of the Earth, will settle on Mars, Consequently, after people have settled themselves on Mars, they will have continued to inhabit other planets.
Thus, when human life begins on six planets and the planets are inhabited, the dream of dwelling on the seven earths will be translated into reality