Original thread by Blake Burge ? (@blakeaburge)
Over 720,000 hours of video is uploaded to YouTube every day.
Most of which, is a waste of time.
Here are 8 YouTube channels that will make you more intelligent––not less: ?
Description: “Videos that feed the curious & illuminate the amazing.”
Since 2010 Michael Stevens has been creating videos on topics such as mathematics, philosophy, & science.
17.3M subs later, he still releases new videos every week!
Description: “Cool science videos! Trying to get people excited about learnin’ “
Quick videos, explaining complex topics, in a simple manner. I love it.
Description: “I explore the world using science. That’s pretty much all there is to it.”
Created by an Engineer named Destin, he only has 1 simple request.
“Watch 2 Videos, if you learn something awesome, please subscribe.”
Description: “Seeker empowers the curious to understand the science shaping our world.”
Pretty cool video here on a research station built to simulate what it would be like to live on Mars. @elonmusk might want to check this one out…
Description: “Videos about numbers and mathematics by Brady Haran since 2011.”
Math + Science + Cool Videos
What’s not to like?
Description: “Get smarter, faster, with the world’s greatest minds.”
Daily videos from some of the leading thinkers on the planet:
Featuring: @neiltyson, @BillAckman, @richardbranson & more.
Description: “A show about our curious universe and the science that makes it tick.”
Dr. Joe Hanson provides the answer to questions like:
• Why haven’t we found aliens?
• Why are the stars disappearing?
Description: “Brain food for hungry minds.”
How can you not love a channel that has a playlist simply titled “Badasses”
Check out this one about the time Annie Oakley offered to build an all-female team of snipers!
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