Squirrels, they say, are dumb animals. They are able to find only 50% of what they have hidden. Their dumbness has unintended benefits, the hidden acorns turn into trees. The benefit to the forest translates into benefits to the squirrels.
Spiros thinks of Alan Turing, who at the beginning of WW2 hid in the forest 70 kilos of silver bullion, which he later tried, but was never able, to recover. Success rate equal to zero, benefit equal to zero. Which is why Spiros thinks it might be beneficial to call this exercise of hiding and finding "Turing IQ-test".