YouTube is arguably one of the world's largest search engines, second only to its owner, Google. With over a billion users, there are hundreds of millions of hours being watched, and videos that are generating billions of views collectively. Just a few months earlier, the Associated Press made headlines when the news organization uploaded 550,000 video clips (over 17,000 hours) on their YouTube channel "AP Archive" with content dating back to 1895. YouTube reaches more millennial than any cable network in the United States today. Insidermonkey experts made a list of 7 best educational YouTube channels to watch.
But YouTube hosts its own stable of educational channels with hundreds of videos apiece, just waiting to blow your mind. The people behind these videos are asking big questions about the universe — or doing their best to answer your burning queries. In the realms of science, math, history, law and any number of subjects you snoozed through in school, creative geniuses are making the most of the medium. You can also check our list of the 11 Best Science YouTube Channels to Watch.