In 2007, the name “Vsauce” was registered as a YouTube channel. That account sat idle until June 24, 2010 when Michael Stevens began uploading videos. At first Stevens focused on video games with an occasional educational clip. Those educational clips became so popular, as of September 2012 Vsauce ditched gaming, becoming the “go to” place for physics demystified.

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