MSDOS.echo("Indeed, the situation could be much worse. The question is, however, who else is a Human? Is it Vacuus, who has definitely been acting suspiciously, though that doesn't guarantee he is human? Is it Zephyr, Pete, or Fnukk, who also abstained from voting? Zephyr has also acted suspiciously, though again this does not guarantee that he is human.
Thinking back to Vacuus, Gemini (the only known human) voted to delete Vacuus. Would a human vote to delete a human? Well, yes, actually, if it was an attempt to throw us off. But why, then, would the other humans abstain from voting? Well, again, to throw us off... if some vote and some abstain, there's not a cohesive link. Ah, but what else do they have in common?
They all (by they I'm referring to Gemini, Vacuus, and Zephyr, not Fnukk or Pete) voted for Anarion. This, to me, would have suggested that Anarion was human... except he was killed, and was not a human. Perhaps the humans had been in contact with him and tricked him into revealing his nature? Then, knowing that Shingo was not one of them, but knowing that if Anarion was deleted he could, before this happened, upload the virus into another user, killing two birds with one stone? Thus if he was elected sysop, we may have deleted him on the very suspicions I suggested above! Fnukk and Murska both voted for Anarion, and perhaps for some of these very reasons. That doesn't make them humans, that makes them cautious.
By why avoid voting for deletion? Wouldn't piling their votes on a user make their jobs easier? Ah, but consider. If their votes were all revealed to be on the same person, a person who turned out to be innocent, would that not cast suspicion upon them?
And another thing. Should we also suspect Anarion and Pete of being humans for abstaining? Should we suspect Fnukk for not voting Shingo? No, I say. Without knowing who or what to vote for, it makes sense to abstain at the very start of the game. With so little information, it also makes sense to vote for sysop or deletion almost at random.
Which leads me to my final point. There are a hundred and one reasons the humans could have had for doing just about anything... and while these reasons all lead to certain actions, normal users could perform those same actions for other reasons. However, certain combinations of activities do point to someone being a human. Thus do I declare my intention to delete Vacuus, due to his highly suspicious activities!");
MSDOS.vote( deletion => 'Vacuus' );