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A green glass door admits only certain objects. Apples and balls are allowed but pears and bats are not allowed. What determines whether an item can enter?
If an item has two consecutive identical letters it is allowed in.
Wherever the objects contain double alphabets, such things are admitted by green glass door. Where the name of the objects do not contain double alphabets, such things are not admitted.
In the valley of the Green Glass Door.
There is a pool but no water,
apples but no grapes,
school but no learning,
trees but no branches,
teeth but no mouths,
Halloween but no candy,
and mirrors but no reflections.
Why is this?
This logic puzzle was published in Martin Gardner's column in the Scientific American. You are in a room with no metal objects except for two iron rods. Only one of them is a magnet.
How can you identify which one is a magnet?
I got hot but I never sweat,
I cook food but I am not a chef,
I have a door but you can't enter me,
I have a light but I am not a lamp.
Who am I?
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