Michael here! We collaborate with all sorts of YouTubers as well and other celebrities like Adam Savage. Even people who say they hate learning, and they hate books and all that stuff, pfff, they love explanations. Fixed points don't just frustrate your ability to fully mix things.
An interesting question that opens the door to all sorts of fun concepts. They can also suck... Here are links to playlists directly from the Vsauce page that helpfully breakdown some of these categories: This video talks about Carl Sagan which is enough to make it one of my favorites.
Or do we?
Our channels are not meant to be confused with Vinesauce. They are not to be missed. I didn't teal you about this earlier?
I, Michael, lead the group and my channel, Vsauce has me talking about the wonders of science and helping explain the answers to scientific questions. The parodist rattled off quizzaciously, "Hey, Vsauce! Second of all, if you look closely enough, and you take the time, anything can be interesting to anyone, because everything is related in some way to something they care about.
The video on the Vsauce channel that seemed to be the transition point into more in depth explanations of things is the July 2011 Biggest Explosions. There are many more in the Vsauce playlist tab so check it out. Two things I try to shoehorn into as many conversations as possible.
This first one is all about the scale of the universe and this second one is all about optical illusions.
Another math heavy one but much more accessible than super tasks. Of course, the Earth is not flat.
You need to login to do this. Michael here. Check out the first post here. Vsauce2 is hosted by Kevin and talks about awesome creations and "the best of the Internet".
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