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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. 

Feb 23, 2020

Keeping up with the paranormal theme this week, this is a special replay of last year's science segment all about ghosts. Plus, special bonus features include talking with spirit medium Tiffany Rice, the most recent guest on the podcast, about spirits and also Lizzie Borden and the horrific murders. Are ghosts real? 


Feb 20, 2020

Tiffany Rice is a bridge between the living and the dead. We bring the spirit medium back to the Lizzie Borden House and Museum — the infamous location for two brutal unsolved murders — to talk about her first-ever paranormal connection. Hear her inspiring story and decide for yourself if ghosts are real.

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Feb 16, 2020

Welcome to another Science Hindsight 2020 episode. The Voyager 2 spacecraft has been in the news recently, which made me want to revisit the origins of this historic mission. Voyager 1 and 2 launched in 1977 and have helped to give us a better understanding of our solar system, visiting Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and...


Feb 13, 2020

Welcome Scott Smith to the 165th episode of the podcast. Scott is a world traveler and missionary that has helped underprivileged kids and communities around the world, traveling to six different countries in 2019. In fact, Scott and a team of over 20 people climbed to the top of Mount Kilimanjaro to raise money for...


Feb 9, 2020

On this week in science from Fueled By Death Cast, first, we take a long look at the Sun. Well, not literally, because that is where Hawaii's Inouye Solar Telescope comes in. This groundbreaking technology allows scientists the closest and most detailed looks at our favorite star, and the first images are stunning....