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FastFourierTransformDate: Tuesday, 10.06.2014, 12:01 | Message # 1
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This is my list of favorite YouTube channels dedicated to Scientific topics. I've ordered them in decreasing order of epicness.
Tell me if you didn't knew someone and post your own favorite list.

These channels are a motivation for people to doing science, their videos should be proyected in the classrooms of all the schools (at least in M'urica they should biggrin )

· Veritasium
· Vsauce
· Cool Hard Logic
· Numberphile
· Viascience
· Art of the Problem
· Uppruni Tegundanna
· David Butler
· Cassiopeia Project
· Looking Glass Universe
· It's Okay to be Smart
· Smarter Every Day
· Sixty Symbols
· SciShow Space
· Stated Clearly
· Our Universe Visualized
· The Mars Underground

Less important (for me) or specialized channels:
· Kurzgesagt
· John Belcher
· Michael Hogg
· Ozmoroid
· Eugene Khutoryansky

There are many others, but those are the greatest in my opnion. In pedagogical terms the most educational are Veritasium and Viascience, those are trully great channels. Obviusly Khan Accademy is one of the gratest I saw but I don't search for new videos every day in that channel, I listed those that can change world perception.
 
SalvoDate: Tuesday, 10.06.2014, 19:14 | Message # 2
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VSauce and Smarter Every Day are definitely my favourites, then I really like Slow-Mo Guys, but is not really related with science. smile




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RockoRocksDate: Wednesday, 11.06.2014, 14:57 | Message # 3
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Where is minutephysics? It's a great channel too




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FastFourierTransformDate: Sunday, 16.11.2014, 12:06 | Message # 4
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Quote Salvo ()
VSauce and Smarter Every Day are definitely my favourites


Good taste my friend smile and yeah, SloMoGuys are also great (and there's quite science in their videos also)

Quote RockoRocks ()
Where is minutephysics? It's a great channel too


I Know, but in my opinion is less mind bender than all I have mentioned.

There is a video I want to include. The channel of Dan Quinn is not totally dedicated to educational science but there's a video that can compete with the Vsauce and Veritasium videos, that I want to share with you

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tgrTbvSnE50

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I want to add another channel to the list

· Evid3nc3

It's not strictly a Science channel because dosen't elaborate scientific knowledge but does a great job explaining how the scientific method works.

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I want to talk you about something you might enjoy.

From two centuries the Royal Intitution in London has held lectures every christmas of every year to explain to children of all social classes what science is and to inspire them. The lectures are famous because Michael Faraday (that came from a poor family and wanted for all the kids to have the possibility of knowing something about humankinds intelectual conquests).



The lectures where held every year since then (except the years of war against fascism of the WWII). Even Carl Sagan and Richard Dawkings did some lectures smile

I want to share with you the videos. It's not a youtube channel but I think is equeally interesting for this thread.
Here you have the Carl Sagan lecture about exoplanetary sciences of 1977. Merry Newtonian Christamas smile

http://richannel.org/christm....our-sun


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Destructor1701Date: Monday, 17.11.2014, 16:22 | Message # 5
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That's Michael Faraday.




 
HarbingerDawnDate: Monday, 17.11.2014, 20:21 | Message # 6
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Quote FastFourierTransform ()
Evid3nc3

Some of his videos are quite good, particularly "A History of God"





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WatsisnameDate: Friday, 29.05.2015, 14:02 | Message # 7
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Applied Science


I love this one. smile





 
FastFourierTransformDate: Sunday, 06.12.2015, 16:53 | Message # 8
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I've discovered a new beautifull channel!!! On mathematics

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WatsisnameDate: Friday, 18.12.2015, 05:48 | Message # 9
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FastFourierTransform, subscribed!

I also recently discovered this gem known as PBS Space Time. Excellent production quality, and the best discussion of all things general relativistic or otherwise astrophysics-related I've ever seen on youtube. For example:






 
FastFourierTransformDate: Friday, 18.12.2015, 07:25 | Message # 10
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I also recently discovered this gem


Yeees! biggrin
I also spend a lot of time with Space-Time. One of the greatest indeed
 
WatsisnameDate: Saturday, 19.12.2015, 09:59 | Message # 11
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This channel was mentioned in an older thread, but warrants reposting here. :)
Artifexian: Planetary science meets fictional world-building!






 
WatsisnameDate: Saturday, 20.02.2016, 10:24 | Message # 12
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Lectures at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics Colloquium



Jonathan Lunine discussing life -- in particular the search for it -- in the outer solar system. This was given just two days ago. He starts out reviewing a lot of info you may already know, but then dives deeply into astrobiology in the context of subsurface oceans (Europa, Enceladus, and Titan), with awesome insights from recent data and modeling work, and finally what we hope to do with missions in the near future. This is also the author of what is in my opinion the best text on astrobiology yet written.



Overview of the development, current status, and prospects for the Event Horizon Telescope. This is the project seeking to resolve the event horizon of the black hole at the center of our galaxy, possibly as early as next year! I should warn the lecture is very technical, but I still highly recommend it. Shep Doeleman is a superb presenter and I think you'll enjoy and get a lot out of it even if the jargon goes past you.





 
diarnajarDate: Wednesday, 07.09.2016, 23:40 | Message # 13
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Hello guys
Im the creator of Medcartoon on youtube. I provide medical cartoon videos about diseases and health problems in a funny and animated way. My first video that I created today is about how overeating salty food affect the blood pressure. Feel free to check it out and give me any feedback. Thanks in advice.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1NL76UKUfRE
 
HornblowerDate: Thursday, 08.09.2016, 00:09 | Message # 14
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You have SciShow Space on the list, but what about the regular "SciShow" channel. They make new videos every day!
 
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