Skeptics Guide to the Universe 475: iPhone performance

Skeptics Guide to the Universe 475: iPhone performance

Evan Bernstein was kind enough to invite me to join Steven Novella and the rest of the panel for a segment on this week's episode of Skeptics Guide to the the Universe. The topic was the recent "iPhone slow" conspiracy theory making the rounds, and we spent about 10 minutes discussing it. The segment starts about 45 minutes in, but if you're into science the whole show is worth a listen.

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Skeptics Guide to the Universe 475: iPhone performance

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I've been listening to the Sceptics' Guide to the Universe for years. It's a good show, and a useful source of information to combat the insane beliefs most people seem to have.