What's some cool science stuff to watch? Can be noob shit like Cosmos, as long as it's well put together and goes pretty deep.
>show is hosted by a black man
>logo is a nebula, or blue iris
I've been listening to a bunch of Voyager sound interpolations of the planets lately, anon. nice ambient, but Youtube is also loaded with fakes of same.
James Burke's "Connections". Old but absolutely rocks. Every single person in STEM should watch it and reflect on the first and last episodes. It's all over YouTube. There's a second and third series but they're not nearly as interesting as the first.
Goodstein's "The Mechanical Universe". It's a basic undergraduate physics course with animated illustrations of the concepts. The CG is basic but was cutting edge for its time. Not on Youtube but you can find it on other video sites for free.