If you want to make yourself a little smarter than people, in anything, then today I will tell you 8 YouTube channels, which will help you to make a little smarter than people.
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Using voiceover techniques, the Nerd Writer channel creates amazing video essays exploring everything from film to literature.
Wisecrack is a collection of academics, filmmakers, artists, and pop culture geeks who are curious and think about the world around us. Our channel examines big ideas like philosophy and critical thinking through the lens of movies, TV shows, video games, current events, books, and more.
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3. Big Think
Big Think is the leading source for actionable, expert-led educational content – with thousands of videos starring experts from Bill Clinton to Bill Nye, we help you get smarter and faster. Get practical lessons from the world’s greatest minds and doers. Our experts are either disruptors or leaders in their respective fields. Our goal is to help you explore the big ideas and essential skills that define knowledge in the 21st century, so you can apply them to questions and challenges in your own life. Other frequent collaborators include Michio Kaku and Neil deGrasse Tyson.
Vsauce is actually split up into three channels; Vsauce, Vsauce 2, and Vsauce 3; each of which explores science, technology, and philosophy, respectively, in an incredibly well-scripted manner.
Minute Physics does a lot with a little. The videos consist simply of a narrator using a marker on a plain piece of paper to quickly sketch out explanations of the principles of physics and other scientific topics.
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6. CGP Grey
CGP Gray, an American citizen living in London, is famous for explaining things that might sound boring through a unique animation style.
7. Mental Floss
Mental Threads is where the curious come for trivia. New episodes are every Wednesday at 3 pm EST. This list is broadcast every first and third Wednesday of the month.
Mental Floss compiles lists of fun facts, dispels common misconceptions, and tells untold stories from history, science, culture, and more
The TED Talks channel features the best talks and shows from the TED Conference, where the world’s leading minds and doers deliver their life talks in 18 minutes (or less). Find conversations about technology, entertainment, and design, as well as science, business, global issues, art, and more. You can link or embed this video, forward it to other people, and share these ideas with people you know.
Today’s Thought“I always like to look on the optimistic side of life, but I am realistic enough to know that life is a complex matter.” —Walt Disney