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Date 2020-03-22 19:58

Science / Education

    • small bitsize videos on random science topics
  • Ask A Mortician
    • "Mortician in Los Angeles. You got death questions, we got death answers."
  • CGP Grey
    • medium length and extremely detailed videos on difficult to understand topics
  • Computerphile
    • detailed coverage on conceptual computer paradigms and topics
  • exurb1a
    • "Universe is weird, yo."
  • Geography Now
  • KnowledgeHub
    • "The second channel from AlternateHistoryHub. Since I can't talk about everything on that channel, I decided to have a channel where I can? Geography, history, economics? I can talk about anything, as long as it's knowledge! I discuss the different parts of history and try to bring a new perspective on education taught in schools."
    • random topics; length short to medium
  • Langfocus
    • "Sharing my passion for languages and reaching out into the wider world."
  • Making & Science, Google
    • "Making & Science is a Google initiative to inspire more scientists and makers in the world. Our channel features science videos from some of the best science and making YouTube creators. Subscribe to get updates on new videos from these science superstars, and be sure to check out their own channels as well!"
  • Mental Floss
    • A bit click baity but still informative
  • MinuteEarth
    • very short and bitsize topics on random science
  • NASA
    • NASA public YouTube channel
  • NativLang
    • linguistics
  • Numberphile
    • Math focused
  • Physics Girl
    • relatively short topics on random science; broadcast on NPR?
  • SciShow
    • "SciShow explores the unexpected. Seven days a week, Hank Green, Michael Aranda, and Olivia Gordon delve into the scientific subjects that defy our expectations and make us even more curious!"
  • SciShow Psych
    • "Twice a week, SciShow Psych digs into the science! SciShow Psych is all about the human brain and how we humans interact with the world."
  • SciShow Space
    • "Every Tuesday and Friday, SciShow Space explores the universe a few minutes at a time. Hosts Hank Green, Caitlin Hofmeister, and Reid Reimers share everything from just after the beginning of time to the most recent breaking news in space exploration."
  • TED
    • professional done presentations on various topics; length is long (>= 30 minutes)
  • TEDx Talks
  • Today I Found Out
    • random history/science/huh topics; length is usually short-ish; 5 to 12 minutes
  • Tom Scott
    • "Hi, I'm Tom Scott. These are some of the things I've made and done. They'll probably come back to haunt me in a few years' time."
  • Vsauce
    • "Our World is Amazing."
    • typically covers random topics; sometimes has click baity headlines
  • Vsauce2
    • one of the spin-off channels
  • Vsauce3
    • one of the spin-off channels
  • Wendover Productions
    • "Wendover Productions is all about explaining how our world works. From travel, to economics, to geography, to marketing and more, every video will leave you with a little better understanding of our world. New videos go out every other Tuesday."
  • WonderWhy
    • "The world is complicated."


  • AlternateHistoryHub
    • "An entire channel dedicated to the 'What If?". Using knowledge of geography, population and other historical facts I predict what could have happened had things gone differently in history."
  • The Great War
    • "'The Great War' shows you the history of the First World War in the four years from 1914 to 1918, exactly 100 years ago. Our host Indy takes you back week by week and shows you what was going on in the past. Learn more about the Allies and the Central Powers, emperors, Winston Churchill, Wilhelm II, soldiers, battles and of the life aside the battlefield. Subscribe to our channel to watch a new video every Monday, Thursday & Saturday!"
  • Historia Civilis

Politics / News


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