Someone that screwed something up so much that they can no longer be human.
" Why did you score on our team Riley. You are such a Human-Non."
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A non-human is one who wears the marker of the non-humans. 100% of the time, the marker is army dog-tags that say "NON-HUMAN".
Non-Human: Guys can we do what I want to do now?
Human: I see you have the marker of the non-human...
Non-Human: So that's a no?
by p@$$ing thr.ugh December 31, 2010
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Look at all those "Non-Humans"

Id Bang that 'Non-Human' till she turns into a Demi Human.
by RoyalBlood SaintSouLjha April 15, 2010
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An living (organism) that is not human or of human origin.

Used to describe (aliens).
dude 1: "its non-human!"
dude 2: "no. its a cow/chicken/bug-monster.
by Metanator November 16, 2009
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In ufology, "non-human biologics" is a term employed by military contractor engaged in crash retrieval, storage, and study of downed UFOs. The term refers to any living (or no longer living) creatures, plants, and microbes discovered in a retrieved UFO. The term usually refers to the presumed pilots of the craft, but actually any living material can be a biologic. The term is critical for the systematic itemization and cataloging of all pieces of debris retrieved from a crash site.

UFO insiders claim that some of the non-human pilots recovered (dead or alive) from crashed UFOs have proven to be what are called "biologic robots," which are basically machines with living flesh incorporated into their construction. Those robots get included in the category of "non-human biologics" by the crash retrieval teams as they sift through the wreckage and start separating and packaging the debris for transport and storage. The two main categories for itemizing each crash site fragment start off as "biologic" and "non-biologic." And from there, myriad sub-categories include such labels as "exotic materials," and "non-human intelligence," to name just a few.

This classification is necessary since all biological material (dead or alive) needs to be subject to preservation efforts (such as climate controlled transport and storage), and also needs to handled with HAZMAT levels of caution to shield the human members of crash retrieval teams from contamination by any incidental pathogens.
The crash retrieval team arrived at the debris field of a crashed UFO and found several non-human biologics in and around the crash site. Most of the non-human biologics were dead, but one was still very much alive, but seriously injured.
by Innocent Byproduct July 27, 2023
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Thomas I. White of the Oxford Centre for Animal Ethics and Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles :

"Like humans, dolphins appear to be self-conscious, unique individuals with distinctive personalities, memories and a sense of self, who are vulnerable to a wide range of physical and emotional pain and harm, and who have the power to reflect upon and choose their actions."
To truly be at the "top" of the animal kingdom; then surely it is incumbent upon us to recognize non-human persons.
by Guido1 February 24, 2010
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"Non-human intelligence," or NHI, is a term commonly found in Ufology, and has no direct relationship with the computer science term "artificial intelligence," or A.I. Instead, the term "non-human intelligence" is used by ufologists to denote non-human entities of potentially (but not always) non-Earth origins (i.e., extraterrestrials) who clearly possess intelligence and technological sophistication. The term is also extended to any robots or androids or drones or A.I.s who either accompany or assist the primary (and presumably biologic) intelligences. Such robots or androids or drones or A.I.s who accompany the primary intelligences are also called "exotic technology" or "non-human technology" or even "non-human A.I." The craft or ships or vehicles in which the intelligences travel (in the accompaniment of their robots, and androids, etc.,) are called "exotic technical craft of non-human origin" or just "non-human craft."

The most important criteria needed before any technology can be called "non-human" is that it must be determined with utter confidence that the technology is not merely a specimen of top secret tech from either the US military or a foreign military such as China or Russia. Once it's been firmly demonstrated that "it isn't ours, and it isn't theirs either," only then can it be officially dubbed "of non-human origin."
The Pentagon denies that they have been in contact with non-human intelligences for many decades now. But the myriad government warehouses full of crashed UFOs and exotic materials indicate otherwise.
by Innocent Byproduct June 12, 2023
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