One of our favorite topics is Science in general. This includes more of the makeup of how things work and function and less about the existence of animals and nature. These will require a little more intelligence, meaning you will have to use your brain a little bit. They shouldn't be too complex to keep up with since I agreed to also put it on the list and my hard sciences understanding is much lower than my husbands. The soft sciences are more of my level. But enjoy and take your time!
Biological constraints on learning | Behavior | MCAT | Khan Academy
Learning styles & the importance of critical self-reflection | Tesia Marshik | TEDxUWLaCrosse
How reliable is your memory? | Elizabeth Loftus
3.9 Quasi-experimental designs | Quantitative methods | Research Designs | UvA
Visual illusions that could trick our tastebuds and persuade us to eat healthier
Nature's Weirdest Events - Series 1 - Episode 1
There's no purple light
The incredible inventions of intuitive AI | Maurice Conti
Why the Male Black Widow is a Real Home Wrecker | Deep Look
Genius Inventions That Should Be Implemented In Every City
Recycling plastics – Resource efficiency with an optimized sorting method
Wearable tech that helps you navigate by touch | Keith Kirkland
Why people believe weird things | Michael Shermer
Everything around you can become a computer | Ivan Poupyrev
The surprising connection between brain injuries and crime | Kim Gorgens
Why does light bend when it enters glass?
How much of what you see is a hallucination? - Elizabeth Cox
What 40,000 Videos Tell Us About The Trending Tab
Psychiatric Drugs Are More Dangerous than You Ever Imagined
Amazing Science Toys/Gadgets 3
Poop Splash Elimination - Smarter Every Day 22
You picked the last one, didn't you? Didn't you? It was interesting, wasn't it? Oddly fascinating. Anyways what other video did you happen to watch and learn something from?