‘If I did fall’, he went on, ‘the King has promised me—with his very own mouth—to—to—’
To send all his horses and all his men,’ Alice interrupted, rather unwisely.
Through the Looking-Glass
As recently as 1988, it was possible for the late Pal Greguss, a distinguished researcher, to suggest in a published paper  that although holography had potential in medical education, there was little future for it in biomedical research and next to none in clinical practice. To be fair, Greguss was defining holography in a very narrow way, and his paper in fact lists many obviously important applications that were at the time the subject of active research. For example, teams such as Wedenda and Bjelkhagen ...