He uses much more passive ways of ending the lives of the crew, usually though only his intellect.
But Niall Ferguson says his intellect is worth the trouble—and he helped stave off a Great Depression.
What they all have in common is the reliance upon direct experience to step beyond the boundaries imposed by the intellect.
late 14c. (but little used before 16c.), from Old French intellecte "intellectual capacity" (13c.), and directly from Latin intellectus "discernment, a perception, understanding," from noun use of past participle of intelligere "to understand, discern" (see intelligence).
A query language written by Larry Harris in 1977, close to natural English.