This week, I was fortunate to be hosting the world-renowned scholar, Professor Heinrich von Oxhaumphauser, who was visting LSE. His current research is focused on the methodology of hiding behind things. So far, he has demonstrated that the thing one chooses to hide behind is most efficacious if it is:
1) Taller than the one; and
2) Wider as well.
The British philosopher Jan Lester has suggested that, in addition, the object ought to be opaque. Professor Oxhaumphauser is currently investigating that hypothesis. Here is a photo of him deep in thought:
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