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The "open source" programming movement, which harnesses the wisdom of crowds to collectively make a better product (like Wikipedia entries), has grown beyond its software roots to embrace religion. The holy texts of "yoism" shun the wisdom of high priests and rely instead on teachings that evolve online organically. Open-source programming's organizing principle has been embraced in medical research, engineering -- even religion

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