The other leads to hell. I think it's probably only down to a lack of rigour or an attempt to reduce the verbosity, that it is not in the question. Supposing the riddle was actually a riddle and not some elaborate ruse with no correct answer, Sarah solved it correctly. The truth-teller staying silent would be a 'non-answer' while the liar staying silent is a valid lie, given that questions must be answered, so that has less provisions than I'd made in my first case. Writer suggests that this is a simple truth which can be easily forgotten by lonely people unable to see their situation clearly.
Now how do you know who's telling the truth? G1 will reply left if u ask him. Ask G2 : If I ask G1 where is heaven what would he say? The premise is that Portia will marry the man who can figure out which of a group of engraved caskets contains the gold ring or whatever the prize was. The procedure here is simple. So in any case, you would end up having the path to hell as an answer. One troll always lies reguardless of the question, and the other troll always tells the truth reguardless of the question.
I must be really fucking stupid. A fresco showing heaven above, and hell below, , Iran The allegory of the long spoons is a that shows the difference between heaven and hell by means of people forced to eat with long spoons. If the truthful one answered, he would give the answer that the liar would give, which would be wrong. The reason: The liar is perfectly free to answer your question in any way, as long as it's a lie. Whereas another group of people, given exactly the same tools to work with, can create unpleasant conditions simply by how they treat each other. The sign goes on to say that one of the guards will always lie and the other will always tell the truth, it does not say which guard is which.
You realize there's like 13 levels to chinese hell. What question should he ask? A sign explains that in one direction is Heaven and the other is Hell. They appeared to be famished. I dont know the code for a spoiler box. Sarah: Then he'd be lying, and the answer would still be no. Even if he lied to you about where to go, he's still admitting to being the color you accused him of being.
Which is always a negative. Please post ur ans thank you. One is the Devil, who always lies. Therefore neither breaks the rules governing them and neither of them can be identified. There are of the fable including its and in advice to lonely people. Essentially she told those who were willing to help her to help whoever set the trap.
In front of each door is an angel. For ex: Is iron a metal? One of the path leads to heaven and the other one leads to hell. Currently there are 3 suspects:Bill John,and Todd. What I was hoping on finding was a way of asking one question that got both who was lying and solved which door goes where but as this website proves, such a question does not exist unless it was a compound question which I find would break the rules. So no matter which you ask, they will point you to heaven. Hahaha sure there is a dozen reasons but think purely it's nothing outside of the box.
It's a piece of cake. They both looked the same so by looking at them, you will not know who is the Angel and who is the Devil. If he is truth guy he is also near heaven and you go to his door. As we are supposed to ask a single question, we need to formulate the question in such a way that it gives us both answers as to who is liar and which is the heaven direction. They don't say that outright, but that's usually how the puzzle works. Would he tell me that this door leads to the castle? C99, You ask which way way the other troll would say is the wrong way.
If A is the liar and B is the truthteller: A knows that B would indicate the Hell door, since B tells the truth. The parable of the Long Spoons explains very well what heaven and hell truly are. Alph: He could be telling the truth. Don't enter the door that he was pointing. He opens that box, but he's wrong! People love to tell riddles while others are addicted to solving them. Since the liar would point to heaven, the truth-sayer will point to heaven.
There's several puzzles where the the setter specifies that one the statements engraved on a pair of boxes is a lie, and the guesser has to find something hidden in one or the other box, and so on. Then in the final puzzle, the setter gives no clues and shows the guesser two boxes. Either way the troll points you in the right direction. If you happened to pick the good bird, then he'll tell you the truth i. What question can you ask both guards to find out which door leads to Heaven? Either way, you deserve what you get.
If no one solves till page two or i wake up tomorrow and no one has solved i'll post the answer. What do you ask them? A Devil which will only tell lies is guarding the Heaven's Gate. But the people in hell were starving. If it hadn't been, the door would have led to certain death and the movie would have been over. However, if the liar is only described as a liar, I think saying 'neither door' or 'both doors' would be a valid answer for him.