One website I use is Vsauce.com (mostly Vsauce 1), it is a very informative, interesting and fun website to visit. Most of the videos start off with a "what if" question and expands on that question in great detail. Through all of this interesting detail you start to learn more about the field the question is in. For example, "Would headlights work at light speed?". It is a very interesting question that already catches the reader's attention. Watching the video you can learn about the science behind this question, as well as following an interesting series of questions all of which explained through extensive research. The other two Vsauce channels have their own style, one talking about current inventions and works in progress that are revolutionary, and the other talking about the science behind some video games.
|This video talks about the Banach-Tarski Paradox|