Kai's Top 5 Educational Youtube Channels


5. MinuteEarth

The voice (and hand) behind the popular Minute Earth, Henry Reich brings his brand of animation to uncover what we know about the Earth and how we know it. Reich uses a combination of drawings and commentary to describe the processes of life on earth as we know it and answers questions such as "How tall can mountains be?" 
Check it out here: www.youtube.com/user/minuteearth


Also brought to us by Henry Reich this channel, similar to MinuteEarth, uses drawings and commentary to answer more Physics-related topics from as small as the sound of Hydrogen up to "Do we expand with the universe?" 
Check it out here: www.youtube.com/user/minutephysics

3. Vsauce

Vsauce is the primary channel of a group of 6 affiliated channels.The main Vsauce channel depicts founder Michael Stevens discussing an array of topics and questions, such as "Why do we dream?", "What if everyone jumped at once?" or "How big can a human get?"
Check it out here: www.youtube.com/user/vsauce

2. Crash Course

Crash course is a channel covering many different subjects from Chemistry to History. Although the show has a range of writers and editors it is mainly headed by Hank and John Green. (More commonly known as the blog brothers) I especially like crash course because of the reasonably lengthened videos and wide range of covered topics.
Check it out here: www.youtube.com/user/crashcourse

1. Numberphile

Numberphile is just one of a number of channels produced by Australian man: Brady Haran. Brady has questions answered by experts and professors from the university of Nottingham, where he now lives. Such topics include "Can you multiply by 0?" or "Counting to infinity"'
Check it out here: www.youtube.com/user/numberphile

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