YouTube Channels that you should be subscribed to!

Youtube | Internet | Subscriber | 26th August 2021 | Virtual Wire


1. ClickHole

Governed by a belief that all content deserves to go viral, ClickHole is a singular online social experience complete with clickable, shareable content that's the best the internet has to offer. It is a meme creator page, the only difference, it's big and better.

2. Vsauce

Vsauce is a YouTube brand created by internet celebrity Michael Stevens. The channels feature videos on scientific, psychological, mathematical, and philosophical topics, as well as gaming, technology, popular culture, and other general interest subjects.

3. ERB

The Epic Rap Battles of History is a comedy series created by Nice Peter & epicLLOYD. Over 10+ years we have created over 80 rap battles featuring both historical and fictional characters which have amassed over 3.5 billion views on YouTube.

4. HistoryMarche

HistoryMarche was created by a gentleman named Mago. History Marche is a history club channel that creates educational and entertaining history videos.

5. How Ridiculous

How Ridiculous is an Australian YouTube channel based in Perth, Western Australia, that specialises in trick shots and other sports entertainment videos? The channel consists of Brett Isaac Stanford, Derek Douglas Herron and Scott Steven Gunson.

6. It’s Okay To Be Smart

It's Okay to be Smart was created by Joe Hanson, PhD who explores curiosity and illuminates the science behind anything that one can think of. Their videos range from daily use items to big questions that puzzle the scientists.

7. Mark Rober

Mark B. Rober is an American YouTuber, engineer, and inventor. He is known for his YouTube videos on popular science and do-it-yourself gadgets. Before YouTube, Rober was an engineer with NASA for 9 years where he spent seven of those years working on the Curiosity rover at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory.

8. Melodysheep

Melodysheep aka John D. Boswell, is a filmmaker, composer, VFX artist, and editor from the Pacific Northwest. His work spans from television and music production to viral remixes and mashups and has drawn over a quarter billion views online. The videos this channel puts up are simply put, the best one can expect to watch on the internet.

9. Nile Red

Nile Red was created by Nigel Braun began posting his chemistry experiments to YouTube in 2014 under the name NileRed. Nigel has a BSC in Biochemistry with a minor in Pharmacology. Nigel focuses on chemical reactions that are weird and not well known by non-scientific people. He explains the reactions with chemical diagrams and by recording his experiments.

10. NumberPhile

YouTube channel — Numberphile is an educational YouTube channel featuring videos that explore topics from a variety of fields of mathematics.

11. Oversimplified

Stuart better known online as OverSimplified (formerly Webzwithaz), is an Irish-American YouTuber who makes animated history videos about topics including wars, revolutions, and historical figures, explained in a comedic, fun and simple way, while still being informative.

12. Real Life Lore

Joseph Pisenti, better known online as RealLifeLore, or RLL for short, is an American YouTuber from Dallas, Texas who talks about topics like history, geography, economics and science. Simply put, the portal provides Answers to questions that you've never asked.

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