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Fueled By Death Cast

Fueled By Death Cast welcomes a guest each week and asks the question, "What Fuels You?" Born from the Death Wish Coffee Company and their mission to fuel people's passions, hosts Jeff and Dustin are curious about what makes people do what they do, and why. We are all "fueled by death" - each of us with our own drive to live life to its fullest before we inevitably leave this rock for good. 

Mar 24, 2019

On this week's science segment, Jeff first talks about water moving around on The Moon. New findings suggest that water molecules actually build up on the dayside of the Moon, which is surprising to scientists.

Back on Earth, scientists have reanimated the cells from a wooly mammoth, but only for a second. Using...


Mar 21, 2019

This week musician and songwriter Phil X is on the podcast. We talk about how he started his music career and playing on albums for Alice Cooper and Chris Cornell. Phil also talks about touring with Bon Jovi and playing with his band The Drills. Learn all the details about the upcoming album from The Drills with tons...


Mar 17, 2019

On our science segment this week, I unpack all the details from NASA's announcement to go back to the Moon to stay, and eventually go to Mars. Starting in 2020, the Orion Spacecraft will begin test launches on the SLS rocket. Also, NASA and private and commercial companies will be working on the Gateway spacecraft which...


Mar 14, 2019

Nate Bergman from the rock band Lionize joins the podcast for episode 117. Nate talks about the band's humble beginnings and how they became friends and tourmates with Clutch. Lessons for both being in a band and for life are learned on tour from many bands they have shared the stage with, leading Nate to be thankful...


Mar 10, 2019

On this week in Science, I first talk about new discoveries in ancient tattoos in North America. A unique tool has been discovered, first excavated in 1972 in Utah that could shed light on tattoo practices as far back as 500 B.C. Then, a big congratulations go to all the hard-working men and women at SpaceX and NASA who...