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  • noun Plural form of popularizer.

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Examples

  • My big problem with most popularizers is that their work only makes good sense for people who already know what they are talking about – but that’s not their audience.

    Objections to Kaku and Liu’s “How to Time Travel?”

  • "popularizers" and those who shirk research for less "pure" activities: Everyone in science remembers what happened to the great public communicator Carl Sagan, who was denied membership in the prestigious National Academy of Sciences.

    The New Republic - All Feed

  • The author's enthusiasm for finding genetic bases for everything sometimes leads to ill-supported guesswork, but he is generally level headed and has much better documentation than most popularizers.

    How Much Recovery?

  • The author's enthusiasm for finding genetic bases for everything sometimes leads to ill-supported guesswork, but he is generally level headed and has much better documentation than most popularizers.

    Air Superiority Lost?

  • The author's enthusiasm for finding genetic bases for everything sometimes leads to ill-supported guesswork, but he is generally level headed and has much better documentation than most popularizers.

    “Smart Power”: Month One

  • The author's enthusiasm for finding genetic bases for everything sometimes leads to ill-supported guesswork, but he is generally level headed and has much better documentation than most popularizers.

    Barry and the Pirates

  • The author's enthusiasm for finding genetic bases for everything sometimes leads to ill-supported guesswork, but he is generally level headed and has much better documentation than most popularizers.

    An Old Oligarch Passes On

  • The author's enthusiasm for finding genetic bases for everything sometimes leads to ill-supported guesswork, but he is generally level headed and has much better documentation than most popularizers.

    Hugo Bound

  • The author's enthusiasm for finding genetic bases for everything sometimes leads to ill-supported guesswork, but he is generally level headed and has much better documentation than most popularizers.

    Clunk, Clunk, Clunk

  • The author's enthusiasm for finding genetic bases for everything sometimes leads to ill-supported guesswork, but he is generally level headed and has much better documentation than most popularizers.

    Immigration

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