Sharing my passion of science. One day I will be a physicist , just let me get the qualifications first…

My top 7 science youtubers!

Hello everyone!

Ahh Youtube.
The wonderful place where students will spend the majority of their time watching videos  when they should be clearly studying….and as a result will start to procrastinate in their bedrooms.
The place where you can go from watching BuzzFeed fashion videos to how to talk to a tree in less than 4 minutes.
if you’re really lucky you will enter the science side of youtube where you will encounter the best Youtubers that  there are.

Here are my 7 favourite science Youtubers:

1. Vsauce (Michael Stevens)

He is honestly one of the best Youtubers there are floating around the depths of the Internet. His videos will literally get you thinking about everything. “Is cereal soup.” “What is the definition  of soup?” “Messages to the future.”   “Why don’t we all have cancer?” “What is the speed of dark?” You get the image. He does videos on many things; Physics,  Psychology,  Biology, Chemistry, Geography, History etc.




These guys probably have one of the most entertaining channels. Their animation and ‘Draw My Life’ style  videos explain scientific concepts in a reasonable amount of time  (hence the ‘Asap’ being part of the name *Duuhh  Dalila* ) and are really interesting to watch. Their videos however are more biology-chemistry related and  they also focus on answering  commonly misunderstood myths and science related questions  (e.g. How much water  we should  really drink).




3. Space Time

I literally only discovered this channel during the Christmas holidays and I am so glad I did because their videos explain many  difficult concepts really well such as E=mc^2 and the true nature of matter and mass etc. Their channel is obviously  physics based but I highly recommend it as physics is truly  fascinating!


4. Veritasium

This channel is also more Physics based however concepts are explained really well.


5. Minute Physics

Surprise,  surprise!  Another Physics channel (I think you’ve guessed what my favorite science is by now). Similar to AsapSCIENCE,  their videos are animated.


6. SciShow & SciShow Space

SciShow is the main youtube  channel however they have a separate youtube channel just for space and physics related topics.



7. It’s Okay To Be Smart

A really odd name for a YouTube channel,  I’m not going to  lie.😂 But the videos are a mix of physics and biological sciences.


Everyone has different preferences and these are just the top science youtube channels I watch.☺
Feel free to comment which science Youtubers you watch!

Also , Today is a very special persons birthday. Happy Birthday Professor Stephen Hawking. Your work has been a massive part of cosmology as we know it today, so much respect.




The beginning.

Hello fellow science lovers!

My name is Dalila and inevitably , yes I know you’re probably trying to figure out how to pronounce my name correctly at this moment in time so I just wanted to say that it’s an Italian name and I forgive you. It’s pronounced *Dah-Leh-Lah* by the way. Both my parents are Italian but I live in the UK although I can actually speak Italian as it was my first language.I am also learning Spanish at school.

And I’m sorry to say but if you’re not a science a lover then why are you here? Just kidding, everyone’s  welcome , we’re all friends here.☺

Ever since I can remember,  I have always questioned how things work , why and how the  universe,  in all its splendid beauty, came about. Moreover , how this resulted in the origin of life appearing on a small planet, 149.6 million km from a medium sized , yellow dwarf , main sequence star  and as a result allowing the  basic chemical compositions ,such as  amino acids and water to form ,  which are essential for life to appear. Inevitably causing our species of Homosapiens to roam about for  a mere 200,000 years  until present day in Earth’s ancient 4.5 billion years of age. Humans haven’t been here very long. If you imagined all of  Earth’s history compressed into 24 hours humans have existed for approximately 1 minute , at 04:00 the origin of life appeared , at 14:08 single celled algae appeared and at 23:00 dinosaurs appeared.
Crazy,  right?

Anyways, I wanted to start this blog as a way to share my love of science with other science lovers.Discussions on anything and everything are welcome here ☺.
I’m not an expert though . I’m just a 15 year old GCSE student currently studying triple sciences at school(and other subjects too of course).However,  I do wish to pursue a career in science when I’m older  as  I’m interested in the Physics , Mathematics and Chemistry fields. My dream would be to become an astronomer. It always has been and although I could change my mind , I highly doubt it. My dad is so happy that his daughter is  doing something he was never able to do in his youth as he never got the chance to do further education.My Mum , however , says she doesn’t mind what I do with my life although she wanted me to become a Doctor and to be honest I think she still does. I used to want to become one but I realised what I truly am passionate about  so I’ll just stick to it.

*STAY CURIOUS*🔬🔭📚🌌🌍🌊🌋🌑🌒🌓🌔🌕🌖🌗🌘🌑🌅🌄🌇🌃🌞🌈💧⚡🌂☔🌞🌝🌙❄*Goes through emojis picking out which ones are related to science because clearly that normal* 😂

Pronounced *Dah-Leh-Lah*

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