From Wikipedia: MinutePhysics is a series of educational videos created by Henry Reich and disseminated through YouTube. Reich’s stated goal is "to get people excited about learnin’." Reich’s videos include time-lapsed drawing to explain physics-related topics in around one minute. The most popular MinutePhysics video, with more than 8.8 million views, is the one explaining the consequences when an unstoppable force meets an immovable object. Another popular MinutePhysics video features Reich explaining why pink is not actually a color. Reich has also uploaded a series of three videos explaining the Higgs Boson. MinutePhysics has collaborated with Vsauce, as well as the director of the Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics, Neil Turok. MinutePhysics also uploaded a popular video, which was an open letter, to President Barack Obama, on the topic of high school Physics education. Another video from the channel details how big is the universe. MinutePhysics is also a channel that is able to be viewed through YouTube EDU.
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