On the Citation

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Citation says that implementation of Holography had to wait the emergence of laser twenty years later. That means: 1947+20=1967. However, the first laser was successfully constructed in 1960, and the basic ideas were indeed rewarded by the 1964 Nobel Prize in Physics. Then, my suggestion would be to modify that phrase as next: “…and had to wait the emergence of laser years later.”

    Apyuste11:54, 6 July 2012

    Omitting 'twenty' seems a good idea to me.

    Implementation of holography surely did not happen immediately the laser was invented, it only became possible then.

    So perhaps the actual use of lasers to make holograms was atv some later date (that someone can tell me)?

      Tonydavies20:31, 7 July 2012
       

      As a corresponding member...  I agree with Tony about avoiding unecessary wording that could raise conflict later... could I offer a suggestion to replace


      "emergence of the laser twenty years later."

      with

      "the the future invention of the Laser."

        vk2cz00:22, 9 July 2012
         

        I suggest "had to await the invention of the laser". The use of "await' implies future.

          Feisel17:35, 12 July 2012