Cargo cult (disambiguation)

Cargo cult may refer to:

* Cargo cult, a group of religious movements occurring in Melanesia
* Cargo cult science, a term coined by Richard Feynman to describe something that appears to be science but that lacks scientific integrity
* Cargo cult programming, a style of computer programming that includes code or programs with no real purpose
* Cargo Cult (musician), an ambient and electronica musician
* Cargo Cult (band), an American rock band.


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