15 Really Clever YouTube Channels That Are Perfect To Watch In Lockdown.
15 Really Clever YouTube Channels That Are Perfect To Watch In Lockdown
Long days off are ahead: some will have solid weekends, some will be limited to 4 days of vacation, and some will be on call and remote work all week.
In order not to waste time on the sofa in this cold, while all the interesting places will be closed, we suggest a little study to get a little YouTube. With benefits, of course.
Especially for this, we have chosen the best popular science and education channels on the site. So you can update your knowledge and laugh at ease. You will not get bored!
Subscribers: 1.22 million
Views: ~136 million.
Vert Dider authors collect the most interesting videos from all over YouTube and translate them into Russian. The quality, the correction (the special vocabulary is difficult to understand) and the paper for the paper.
There’s a place for serious TED talks, popular science videos, and even news about all things science. It is also where you will find translations of lectures from some of the largest universities in the world, such as Stanford.
Views: ~41 million.
Probably the most attractive channel of all those presented. It’s hard to find anything more addictive than experiments, both chemical and physical.
The project has long since outgrown its own channel: the authors produce books, children’s manuals and kits for self-replication of what they see, available in all stores.
Views: ~96 million.
The Fire TV experiments are presented in a more vivid, but also more “adult” way, although the author strives to make the videos understandable and accessible.
The humor is present, the dynamics even more. You’ll even find some homemade tips to put into practice right after watching it on your long vacation.
Subscribers: 1.29 million
Views: ~109 million.
Seven years ago, the author of QWERTY decided to approach prejudices, myths and urban legends with critical thinking and a scientific approach. The channel now offers an answer to almost any question and a counter argument to any conspiracy theory.
Detailed, but very interesting, without too much nonsense. A number of columns are headed by well-known popularizers: Andrei Kurpatov, Sasha Panchin.
Subscribers: €2.09 million
Views: ~331 million.
A high budget scientific and educational project about all the interesting things that have been, are and will be in the world of science and technology.
Each video is a quality film on a specific topic, including a section on life in orbit by astronauts, interviews with engineers, themed documentary videos and even short news blocks.
Subscribers: €2.4 million
Views: ~270 million.
Nauchpoc’s five-minute animated ads, with their signature engaging style and crude (but stylish) drawings, will answer thousands of questions from around the world.
What happens if you cut a Wolverine? Do animals have tongues? What was the first; the egg or the chicken? And for the busiest, they have a section called Find out in 60 seconds.
Subscribers: €2.08 million
Views: ~742 million.
The YouTube clone of the popular TV show doesn’t boast an abundance of fresh content, but there’s enough backlog to last a couple of years.
These short stories about the most interesting technical and scientific achievements, with the vivid presentation of Alexander Pushny, will not leave anyone indifferent and are suitable for all ages. Simple, clear and accessible.
Subscribers: 1.59 million
Views: ~90 million.
One of the best Russian-speaking bloggers dedicated to science education. The topics of the videos are current, the playing field is on the verge of fouling, but the scientific level does not suffer at all.
Most of the content deals with human perception, the study of consciousness, and systems thinking, but there is also some hype. Also with scientific roots.
Subscribers: €1.39 million
Views: ~80 million.
The academic seriousness of the materials from the fastest growing educational community in Russia is more than offset by the variety and originality of the topics. Unlike many competitors, they keep the level of the materials at a high academic level by inviting serious experts.
His lectures allow you, literally in 10-15 minutes, to learn about the basic historical events and their reasons, to learn a lot about art on a professional level, to understand the basic philosophical theories or the sources of mythology. It won’t be boring.
Subscribers: €3.24 million
Views: ~458 million.
No geek can overlook the crazy inventions of Dani Crater: this man and his team create legends based on this and sticks. Literally.
Strictly 18+, there are specific jokes. I recommend the series on the manufacture of a guitar from hemp, in which Pushnoy appears as a guest.
Views: ~7 million.
A serious channel for modern people. Here you can watch Kazantseva’s lectures on biohacking, learn about the origins of man from Drobyshevsky, and understand the mysteries of the universe from Vladimir Surdin.
If you don’t know all these names yet, take a look now! The best Russian scientists with stories about the most current things are here.
Views: ~6.9 million.
The popular science project channel of the same name is just a joy to watch instead of TV – there are news, documentaries and little laughs.
Informative and simple, just what you need to relax. It is a pity that the activity of the project has decreased, so you will want to go read later.
Views: ~26.4 million.
Nothing special, just another channel with physics experiments. Admittedly, no one on YouTube presents it more lucidly.
It’s not just for schoolchildren: simple examples of how a certain device works will also help adults with the more familiar and less obvious things.
Subscribers: 1.04 million
Views: ~74 million.
The channel covers the most important news from the world of science, engineering and technology, chewing each of them from all angles, in an interesting and understandable way without the need for preparation.
It also provides a quick look at the most important information about current scientific theories. Or watch interviews with popularizers of science, such as Dawkins or Stern himself.
Subscribers: €1.98 million
Views: ~257 million.
The most popular Runet do-it-yourself channel, which manages to replace a humor program, a collection of clever tricks for all occasions, and a scientific and cognitive program. All topics are covered in detail, meticulous and very clear for all categories of viewers, from small to large.
It is important that the author does not make technical or scientific mistakes, and tells about useful home crafts and the process of repairing everything in the world with the help of improvised means.
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