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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. 

Jun 16, 2019

The International Space Station is open for business! Recently announced by NASA, starting in 2020 commercial businesses will be able to develop and market products on the space station, if they fall in line with NASA's mission parameters. Also, twice a year private space agencies can send civilians up to the ISS for up...


Jun 13, 2019

DEATH WISH COFFEE COMPANY EMPLOYEE SERIES #24

On episode 130, Creator and CEO of Death Wish Coffee Mike Brown returns to the podcast for the third time! Mike gives details about the new cold brew coffee and the giant Death Wish Coffee truck, and also reveals something that no one knew about! (It rhymes with...


Jun 9, 2019

In this replay from a previous science segment, theoretical physicist Dr. Michio Kaku joint the show to talk about the discovery of new planets and the idea of intelligent life out in the universe. Even if there are aliens somewhere out there, would they want to talk to us, or would they even notice us at all?
Plus, two...


Jun 6, 2019

On this episode of Fueled By Death Cast, meet Nathan Hirsch, the co-founder and CEO of FreeUp.com. Nate started his first eCommerce business out of his college dorm room and this gave him valuable insight into how to start a business, and the hardships of hiring once your business grow. This led Nate to create Free Up,...


Jun 2, 2019

This week in science, I first get to talk about an exciting archeological discovery. In 2015, a shield made of bark was found in an Iron Age site near Edenbry Leicestershire England. This incredible find is the first of its kind because bark and wood do not really survive through the ages. Also, bark is known to be...