If you think I should have approached the subject in a different way, have omitted/should have omitted something, or anything else at all, I'd be glad to hear it. One day, I may make a revised version, or a 2.0.
What topics would you like to see explored in this format?
What are your goals for the videos? If you're trying to get a large audience, one thing I might suggest is to pick a specific topic that people are familiar with, and use that as a lens to explore a topic. Slate star codex does this really well.
Compare "The Map is not the Territory" (only interesting to people who already know the phrase) to "Why climate models are bad at predicting climate change" which could explain map territority distinctions and bayesian reasoning through the lens of explaining why you believe in climate change, even though any given climate model is likely to be wrong. I think this sort of "Newsjacking" strategy is a great way to insert yourself in the conversation, create more rational discourse, and build an audience.