Mantenna – Macho Man Randy Savage’s Cause of Death Revealed

June 30, 2011
Macho Man Randy Savage’s cause of death is revealed, World of Warcraft just got a little more addictive, and scientists discover how to see into the future…the Mantenna is always and forever!

Macho Man Randy Savage's Cause of Death Revealed

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In the aftermath of the tragic and untimely death of wrestling legend Macho Man Randy Savage, his cause of death has finally been revealed. According to an autopsy performed by the Medical Examiner's Office, Randy Poffo (Macho Man) actually had an enlarged heart with hardened coronary arteries and only sustained minor injuries during the car accident. According to TMZ, Macho suffered a "cardiac event" just before losing control of his automobile and slamming into a nearby tree. Officially, his death has been ruled as natural. This is yet another piece of sad news for friends and family of the Macho Man, but at least they can close the chapter and finally come to terms with his passing. RIP Macho Man. [TMZ]

Science Predicts Actions Before They Even Happen

In a story that sounds like something straight out of Minority Report, scientists in Canada are claiming that they can now determine a human’s future actions just moments before that action is taken. The findings, which were published in the Journal of Neuroscience, document how the human test subjects had their brain activity scanned while performing basic hand movements. The researchers were able to read signals from the brain to ultimately predict which movements were going to be taken by the test subjects. "This is a considerable step forward in our understanding of how the human brain plans actions," said Jason Gallivan, one of the PhD students working on the study. Sounds pretty awesome, if entirely creepy, to us. [ScienceDaily]

World of Warcraft Now Offered for Free

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Blizzard Entertainment, makers of the wildly popular World of Warcraft game, announced today that a free version will be made available to players worldwide. The game, which previously cost users a monthly subscription fee, will now be playable up to level 20 for no charge. While this is unlikely to be suited to hardcore players, the move is seen to draw new users into the WoW fold. So if you’ve been looking for a new hobby that will suck hundreds of hours of your life away, today’s your lucky day. [BBC]

Lil B Randomly Releases Controversial New Album

Literally out of left field, controversial Berkley rapper Lil B has finally dropped his highly-anticipated new LP I'm Gay (I'm Happy). After announcing the title a few months back during his set at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, B has taken a lot of heat from the hip-hop community for the controversial title. Known for his LPs/mixtapes and only dropping albums via the Internet, the rapper did something very few other artists have been able to do. Lil B was able to officially release his full-length record without it leaking onto the Internet prior to the official release. This kid is always pushing the boundaries of the genre and I'm Gay (I'm Happy) is obviously no different. [MTV]