


Topic, Brain Teasers/Riddles  
 
You must register or log in to post a message.a ferryman has to transfer donald the dump, kim jongun and a catholic nun over a river. he can carry only a person in his small boat. if he leave kim and donald alone kim wil kill donald. if he leave donald and the nun alone donald will molest the nun. how can he bring all three save to the other side of the river? I am described as a clap, but I have no hands. What am I? At the suspension bridge there are three people with suitcase. The weight of one person is 40 kg, the other  60 kg, and the third  70 kg. The weight of the cargo is 50 kg. It was dark, and they had to go with a flashlight. Only a person weighing 70 kg can carry a cargo. The bridge could withstand only 100 kg. How to transfer people and cargo across the bridge? 4761+127=4888 4888/13 = 376 376/47 = 8 ('*8' follows if I understood the question). My next stupid question: How many bricks does it take to construct a wall which starts with 38 bricks at the bottom, 37 for the next row etc. until 1 brick on the 38th row? a. Milky way b. Snickers c. Butterfinger d. M and M's (76^2 is easy to find the answer to if you follow the clues, so I won't say it) The 'drinker paradox' seems interesting  I hadn't heard of it before, but I understand where the statement comes from, and how it can be proven. I got a fun 'paradox': Drinker paradox. The following sentence is always true in a nonempty bar: "There is someone in the pub such that, if he is drinking, then everyone in the pub is drinking." ... Or infinite paradoxes. The statement below is true The statement above is false 