Who is It’s ok to be smart YouTuber, Real Name, Age, Birthday, Biography
It’s ok to be smart is a PBS Digital Studios educational YouTuber who is also hosted by Joe Hanson, and there are videos with large title language and bold colors. Closed captions are available in some of the videos, which are usually around 10 minutes long.
He has a YouTube channel with more than 4.08 million subscribers and more than 367 million total views. He mostly creates Educational animation videos. His most popular video on YouTube called “How An Igloo Keeps You Warm” that video gets more than 14 million views. He started his YouTube channel in March 2012. He lives in Austin, Texas.
The playlist displays the channel’s numerous series as well as the channel’s current themes. However, there have been some contentious videos, such as one about exploring the possibility of eating bugs in the future, but much of the uproar stemmed from No Bullshit’s video about the trend of people eating insects.
The community tab provides poll results, gifs, and links to videos that have been submitted, as well as community engagement. TierZoo, Kurzgesagt, MinuteEarth, and other science-related channels are frequently linked from the channels tab.
Joe Hanson Biography / Wiki
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