An example of great little YouTube videos
As we move towards curating existing content instead of reinventing the wheel and creating content that already exists, I though this would be a good time to share a favorite source of science.
This is the new channel from the guy who brought us ASAP Science, a channel where he responds and answers questions from his followers about anything science related. They’re a great way to see how biology, physics and chemistry apply in the real world, talking about anything from what a hangover is to how pearls are made. Lots of stuff in here I don’t know if you’d ever find in a textbook!
He also has Minute Physics, which gives short little overviews of Physics topics.
His newest is Minute Earth, which talks about Planet Earth and all the living things we share it with.
Here’s an example of the format. Oh…And every one of them has captions:)