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'An unusually loose netwar design -- one that is eminently leaderless yet manages to organize a large crowd for a rather chaotic, linear kind of swarming -- is found in the pro-bicycle, anti-car protest movement known as Critical Mass,' according to the authors. 'They slow and block traffic, while handing out pamphlets about pollution and other detriments of the automobile culture.' *** Here a cyclist rides on his rear wheel axle, sans pedals.