My YouTube Recommendations
I love watching science YouTubers. Here are some of my favorites. Feel free to suggest yours.
Too general or broad to classify:
ASAP Science - 2-3 minute animated videos
Ask A Mortician - I'm not interested in the subject, but I love the storytelling.
Domain of Science -
Great Big Story - Short cultural stories from around the world.
Things You Might Not Know / Tom Scott -
SciShow - Lessons from every branch of science.
The School of Life - Philosophy for general audiences
City Beautiful - City planning
Jay Foreman - Very silly educational videos. Love his Map Men series.
Kurtis Baute - MSc Environmental Science
Casual Navigation - on boats and shipping
Half As Interesting -
CCP Grey -
How to Make Everything -
How It's Made -
Kurzgesagt – In a Nutshell -
Wendover Productions -
Vsauce & Mind Field -
Vsauce 3 -
Wired - various topics, but I'm a big fan of their body language, accent and movie [blank] expert break down playlists.
How Does It Grow / True Food TV - How foods are farmed and picked.
Epicurious - 4 levels, Basic Skills, Price Points, 50 People Prep Challenge
Binging with Babish - Makes dishes from movies and TV shows.
Rare Earth - Mostly history, culture and philosophy
Monstrum - the history of mythological monsters
Engineering, Physics and Math(s):
DONG: Michael's Toys - with Michael from Vsauce
Mustard - About planes, trains, boats, airships
Engineer Guy -
Physics Girl -
Practical Engineering -
Real Engineering -
Mark Rober -
Zoology & Biology:
Deep Look - Mostly gorgeous microscope or macro lens shots
Facts in Motion -
Gross Science -
It's Okay to be Smart -
Captain Disillusion - Teaches video effects through debunking.
Every Frame A Painting -
Now You See It -
Center Row -
Business Insider -