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Become a science genius in 60 seconds with Minute Physics
What is it?
Albert Einstein once said “If you can’t explain it simply, you don’t understand it well enough.” Sure, that’s easy for him to say, but he does have a point. The Minute Physics series is a shortcut to becoming a science whizz, condensing complex theory into bitesize digests that can be followed by almost anyone.
Why do we like it?
- Minute Physics is concise. If you’re looking for an explanation of something scientific, often your only choice is sitting through a 10-minute video hosted by a stuffy old man in a lab coat. In one regular series, Minute Physics breaks down its concepts in just 10 seconds – although be warned, you may have to watch these twice to get a proper grasp.
- This channel also does a great job of making physics interesting for the non-scientific. The choice of subject matter regularly catches the eye, so even if you don’t know your megawatts from your gigawatts, you may be intrigued by the big bang or who would win in a race between gravity and Usain Bolt.
- Minute Physics is the proof that you don’t need a big budget to create a YouTube hit, as view counts regularly rise into the millions on the strength of good old-fashioned stick-figure diagrams. If you can’t draw stick figures, however, then that’s another matter…