YouTube channels you recommend?

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    I've always find C.P.G. Grey's talks interesting. I've pretty much watched all of his vids:

    CGP Grey - YouTube

    Another great one is Vsauce channel. There are apparently vsauce2 and vsauce3 by others but vsauce was the most original and informative so far:

    Vsauce - YouTube

    I've also discovered the Dilbert TV episodes uploaded by dogbertfiles and they are good too (look for the full episodes which were about 22mins long):

    Dogbert files - YouTube

    There was also an interesting channel by TommyEdisonXP, who was born without sight and shared his insight into life related to a blind person. A warm and jovial, good humoured fellow with interesting things to say:

    TommyEdisonXP - YouTube



    That's currently it off my head. Do you have channels that you think is interesting?
     
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    If you like vintage US built cars this channel is for you!

    What I like about his channel is ;
    1) He always gives a description of the auto. Always!
    2) No foul language.
    3) No loud annoying music.
    4) The sound is crystal clear.
    5) His camera work is steady and nearly professional.
    6) The videos are short and to the point.
     
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    FPS Russia.
    It mostly Comedy. He's not really Russian, His language can be Salty but he can have some fun with a Class 3.
    FPS Russia

    Rated RR
    This is a more serious one. it involves a mix of shooting high end electronics and recreating scenes form Video games and movies to show how it compares to reality and finally slow motion study.
    Rated RR

    Vickers Tactical.
    Larry Vickers is retired Delta Force.
    Vickers Tactical

    National Geographic.
    It's NGO!
    National Geographic

    Documentaries
    Names says it all Documentary films
    Documentaries

    John Batchelor
    The John Batchelor show is a Syndicated Radio Program hosted by John Batchelor, a Author and Columnist for Al Jazeera America. The Program is mostly Libertarian Republican but John gives a number of Democratic voices a chance to. He covers Current events, Politics, space industry, Science, History, Interviews Authors and more. Of Particular interest is his "Hotel Mars", China Watch. His Recurring guest include Malcolm Hoenlein, Gordon Chang,Dr. David M. Livingston, Stephen F. Cohen, John Fund, David M Drucker, Mary Kissel, Tom Jocelin and Bill Roggio, Dr. Robert Zimmerman, Larry Johnson, Jim McTague, and many more The Youtube channel covers mostly highlights form the Radio Show.
    John Batchelor
     
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    Just recently finished watching a very good documentary on US Navy SEAL BUD/S selection process:


    Navy SEALs BUD/S Class 234 - Part 1 - Welcome To BUD/S
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wQFRePXMI9M

    Navy SEALs BUDS Class 234 - Part 2 - It pays to be a winner
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9MYAbRoIEfc

    Navy SEALs BUDS Class 234 - Part 3 - Two weeks and one long day
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6kzL-F5IdlA

    Navy SEALs BUDS Class 234 - Part 4 - Hell Week
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2CiYEksYQq0

    Navy SEALs BUDS Class 234 - Part 5 - The only easy day was yesterday
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zhLHuEhPdF0

    Navy SEALs BUDS Class 234 - Part 6 - The home stretch
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=goE_tJaSplk
     
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