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Meet The Pakistan’s Youngest Space Scientist: Author Of “ A Time Dream”

Ameer Moavia was a student of Computer Sciences; at a very young age, he was also the first one to be Pakistan’s Youngest Computer Hacker.

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There aren’t many teenagers like Ameer Moavia from Islamabad, Pakistan. At the age of 19, he is Pakistan’s youngest Space Scientist and already has a title in Hacking “s1cmvndus”.  Ameer Moavia has also teamed up with various people and organizations, Pakistan-based and foreign, to help and create a space awareness-related program as well due to limited-resources smart ideas being implemented here to reduce any sort of cost. It is the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing, Pakistan still finding its way to cross poverty around its cities, but the minds across Pakistan can be very profitable for Pakistan in the near future.

Ameer Moavia was a student of Computer Sciences; at a very young age, he was also the first one to be Pakistan’s Youngest Computer Hacker. Ameer Moavia set his sight on Space Science when he was a mere 9-years-old, after reading the “Theory of Relativity” at a very young age which made him a little bit curious, the curiosity stole his enriched interest from computer sciences.

Ameer’s passion paid off. When he was 20, he wrote an exceptional book about space sciences, The major of his book is “Space & Time” most specifically “Time”. 10 years of roving hard work. Ameer Moavia became the youngest person to be accepted into the prestigious field of “Time”, which is acutely complex. he has also racked up an impressive social media of more than 8,000 followers on Instagram at @no_e.s.c.a.p.e,

From the very beginning Ameer Moavia was not interested in the backward Pakistani education system, at a very young age he learned a lot from the internet at home when there was no such awareness about using the internet as an educational medium.

Ameer Moavia was quite not good at the school due to it always seemed boring and backward. So, he started learning on his own. He spent years and years, nights and nights in different researches and learning new things.

 

 

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