In the end, if you ask the question to the truthful one, he will tell the truth and he knows the other guardian will lie, so he will show the way to heaven. If you end up asking the question to the liar, he will lie about the other and the answer will be the way to heaven.
If you ask the honest guardian, he will tell you the truth and say that the other guardian will show you the door to hell. And if you ask the lying guard, they will lie to you and also show you the gates of hell.
– If the Warden you are asking is the one telling the truth, he will (honestly) tell you that the other Warden – the Lying Warden – will lead you to Door B. This makes door A a safe bet. In both cases the result is the same. To stay alive, you must go through the opposite door you were told.
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Both doors are completely identical and cannot be distinguished from one another. One door leads to heaven while the other descends to hell.
Riddle: A man describes his daughters as follows: “They are all blonde, but two; all brunettes except two; and all redheads except two.” How many daughters does he have? 68. Riddle: If there are three apples and you take away two, how many apples do you have? Answer: You have two apples.
Anything can be determined using Boolean algebra and a truth table. In Labyrinth, the protagonist’s solution is to ask one of the guards, “Would [the other guardian] tell me that [your] door leads to the castle?” With this question, the knight will tell him tell truth about a lie while the villain will tell a lie about the truth.
You will come to a fork in the road. A sign explains that there is heaven in one direction and hell in the other. Each path is blocked by a guard. The sign goes on to say that one of the Guardians will always lie and the other will always tell the truth, it does not say which Guardian is which.
The solution to the original problem is: “If I asked the other guard which door leads to freedom, what would he/she say?” If you ask the liar, he/she will lie about it, what the fortune teller would say, and point you to the door that leads to death.
To solve the puzzle, you must ask one guard (any guard) which door the other guard would say. Both guards point to the same door, the door that doesn’t lead out.
The answer to What is it that is deaf, dumb and blind and always tells the truth? Riddle is “a mirror.”
Although Jesus acknowledged that there was a heaven after death, Jesus did not devote his preaching to that heaven but to a kingdom of heaven which he said was here and now, near, “nearby” be (Mark 1:15). The most important message that Jesus brought to us was the gospel or “good news” of the kingdom of heaven.
Pearly Gates Playground’s name derives from Christian tradition as the entrance through which souls travel to reach their god after death. The gates of heaven are said to be guarded by Saint Peter, one of the founders of the Christian Church.
A Cube (plural: cubes) 🎲 Each side of a cube is called a “face”. There are a total of 6 + 5 + 4 + 3 + 2 + 1 = 21 dots or “eyes” across the 6 faces.
Answer: Blueberries are the saddest fruits. In English, some colors are associated with feelings. Blue is associated with sadness.
One of the doors will lead you to freedom, and behind the other is an executioner – you don’t know which is which. One of the guards always tells the truth and the other always lies. They also don’t know who the fortune teller or the liar is. However, both guards know each other.