Re: When exactly did Marla McGivers die?
. . . "Life form" has been applied inconsistently in Star Trek. Often it is used in unqualified form to mean a sentient, if not humanoid, life form. Kirk and Spock stand in a grassy meadow, and Spock says, "Scans show no life forms on this planet, Captain."
Sometimes they got it right and said something like "no animal life", except just don't pay any attention to the entomophilous species.
Well, I just learned a new word
The dictionary entry has the notation "compare zoophilic
." That sounds like something you could get arrested for.
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