Filmed at VidCon 2014 by Dr_Boom, who then gave it to Destin so more people could see it. Check his channel out here!
Derek from Veritasium
Henry from MinutePhysics
Destin from Smarter Every Day
2:00 -- Who is the most awesome of the three?
3:05 -- Derek's Citizenship.
4:30 -- Derek's Facebook Experiment.
5:50 -- Stolen library book.
6:15 -- New definition of the kilogram.
8:00 -- Man on the moon, 'merica.
9:45 -- $10 million silicon sphere.
10:45 -- Reaching more women by Derek's good looks.
12:55 -- Hard topics in videos, gaining understanding by making videos.
15:00 -- Women as guests in videos.
16:15 -- YouTube education in classrooms.
17:20 -- Fainting watching Destin's videos.
18:25 -- Advice for new education YouTube channels, just do it!
19:35 -- Ever discussing current Venezuela situation.
21:00 -- Magnetism and shadow puppets.
22:50 -- Destin's thought process for simplifying complex subjects into simple words and cats.
24:45 -- Henry and Destin's first collab.
26:00 -- Thoughts on patent and copyright laws.
30:45 -- Destin's and Derek's first collab, Scooped!
31:45 -- Venus Transit.
32:30 -- Time and effort spent from concept to upload on videos.
35:05 -- Sneak peak of Destin and Derek's future collab video.
36:00 -- View count frustration.
39:15 -- Opinions on current education system.
41:30 -- Destin's scuba experience and astronaut aspirations.
42:10 -- Dream video topics. Climate change, relativity, and rockets.
44:15 -- Southern discrimination, embracing differences.
45:45 -- Destin's planned future Deep Dives, great barrier reef.
47:05 -- Showing scientific effort and planning behind videos.
48:00 -- Lack of computer science and technology videos and future of YouTube educational content.
50:00 -- Mathematics and language being taught in school. Mathematics, not arithmetic.
51:40 -- Derek trash-talking CGP grey.
52:30 -- Destin is good at math, not numbers.
52:55 -- Cool guys awes YouTubers with good looks.
53:10 -- What does "simultaneous" mean on a physics standpoint?
55:20 -- Advice for un-trained science enthusiasts. Checking sources, and skinning cats.
57:00 -- Future of Destin, Derek, and Henry's YouTube channels. Side projects.
58:35 -- Derek's blockbuster PBS documentary.
59:05 -- YouTubers as science teachers. Destin has all his fingers!
59:50 -- Opinions on the show "Cosmos."
1:00:30 -- Redoing videos due to mistakes.
1:00:55 -- Policy on correcting video mistakes.
1:01:20 -- Hello Internet and "Goodbye Outernet."
1:01:55 -- Non-science/engineering backgrounds of audience members.
1:02:20 -- Paper or electronic?
1:02:35 -- Growing beards and long hair.
1:02:55 -- Making videos to learn, not is response to others.
1:03:20 -- How to connect with audience if you are famous.
1:03:40 -- Uses of Quantum Computing.
1:04:00 -- Virtual reality lab experiments.
1:05:00 -- Speed of Light.
Table of contents courtesy Sean Walker
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