Born in Nopah on the 5th day of the 10th month in 2924 AD and raised by a devout family of the Norlah Church, the Nopah branch of the Erlah Church, Thar Tegthar studied Physics at the University of Yontah. His doctoral thesis versed on the geometric aspects of the Multiverse. Tegthar organized the Universes into four categories (the "Tegthar types", as they are known today) and laid the groundwork for teleportation.
Professor Tegthar was later contacted by high officials from the governments of Nopah and Surnah for the development of an outline for the Hyperon Project - in his own words, "the greatest achievement of Tharelian Civilization".
Non-governmental organizations and historians from Erlah have accused Professor Tegthar of using prisoners from the terrorist group "The Flock" as guinea pigs for teleportation experiments, most of which had fatal consequences. He denied the accusation, claiming that the prisoners volunteered in order to reduce their sentence.
Professor Tegthar was awarded the Thar Prize for the Advancement of Science in 2972 AD for his work on teleportation theory. He worked on the development of teleportation systems in the Multiverse until his death on the 1st day of the 2nd month in 3006 AD, at the age of 81.