Question: You come to a cross road and see a man with two heads. A sign tells you that one head always tells the truth and the other one always lies. The sign also tells you that one road leads to life and posterity while the other leads to certain death. Now the hard part. You can only ask ONE head ONE question. What do you ask? Which road do you take? Hint: One head knows what the other will tell you.
Answer: You ask, "Which road would the other head say." You then take the opposite road. Explanation. If you happened to ask the truth teller he would tell you that the liar would say the wrong road. Therefore you would take the opposite road. If you happened to ask the liar which one the truth teller would say he would lie and say the wrong road. You then would take the opposite road.
Question: A semi truck weighing exactly 10,000 pounds gets onto a bridge that is 100 miles long. The bridge's weight limit is exactly 10,000 pounds, any more will break the bridge. After going about 80 miles down the bridge a small bird lands on the truck.
Answer: Nothing, after traveling 80 miles the truck will have surely burnt enough fuel to allow the bird to land on the truck without breaking the bridge.
Question: There were 2 doors. Behind the 1 door, is hell and behind the other door, is heaven but you don't know which door will take you to heaven. In front of them, there were 2 brothers, which is guarding the door. One of the brother always lie and the other one always tell the truth. Of course you don't know who is lying and who is not. You only get 1 question to ask one of them to figure out which door leads to heaven. What question you might ask? Remember you only get to ask 1 question. it means that you can't ask one question each of them. that will be 2 questions. You only ask 1 question to any of them and no more. How do you do that?
Answer: Go up to one of the guy and ask this question, " Hello, which door that your brother will point if I ask him which way is the heaven." Then take the other door. Don't enter the door that he was pointing. This question will work for both of them because if you ask this question to the truth guy, he will point the hell because he knows that his brother will point hell and if you asked to the liar, he'll still point hell because he knows that his brother will point to heaven door, so he lied. That's why you take the other door.