Okay, so I know that each door has to lead somewhere, which means that somewhere at the place we're trying to go there must be a reverse door that leads here. And that, in turn, means that our destination corresponds with the counter-inverted reverse door's origin! So starting from the right, let us ask: will taking the right door lead us to where we're going? And since the answer is clearly 'yes,' then by all accounts, the door on the right is the correct one! Another victory for logic. Come, Stanley, our destiny awaits!

But why not take the left decision because the right decision is likely to be a trap if you think it will be the right decision therefore you take the left decision but because you think to take the left decision they will know you will pick the left decision because you think the right is a trap and so you think it is the left decision which is what they want you to think therefore it is a trap so you take the right decision because you know the left is a trap and because they know you'll know that then the right is a trap so you must think ahead once more and not assume the obvious and choose left which in turn turns out to be a trap but of course you wouldn't pick that right so you go with right right but why not take the left decision because the right decision is likely to be a trap if you think it will be the right decision therefore you take the left decision but because you think to take the left decision they will know you will pick the left decision because you think the right is a trap and so you think it is the left decision which is what they want you to think therefore it is a trap so you take the right decision because you know the left is a trap and because they know you'll know that then the right is a trap so you must think ahead once more and not assume the obvious and choose left which in turn turns out to be a trap but of course you wouldn't pick that right so you go with right right but why not take the left decision because the right decision is likely to be a trap if you think it will be the right decision therefore you take the left decision but because you think to take the left decision they will know you will pick the left decision because you think the right is a trap and so you think it is the left decision which is what they want you to think therefore it is a trap so you take the right decision because you know the left is a trap and because they know you'll know that then the right is a trap so you must think ahead once more and not assume the obvious and choose left which in turn turns out to be a trap but of course you wouldn't pick that right so you go with right right but why not take the left decision because the right decision is likely to be a trap if you think it will be the right decision therefore you take the left decision but because you think to take the left decision they will know you will pick the left decision because you think the right is a trap and so you think it is the left decision which is what they want you to think therefore it is a trap so you take the right decision because you know the left is a trap and because they know you'll know that then the right is a trap so you must think ahead once more and not assume the obvious and choose left which in turn turns out to be a trap but of course you wouldn't pick that right so you go with right right but why not take the left decision because the right decision is likely to be a trap if you think it will be the right decision therefore you take the left decision but because you think to take the left decision they will know you will pick the left decision because you think the right is a trap and so you think it is the left decision which is what they want you to think therefore it is a trap so you take the right decision because you know the left is a trap and because they know you'll know that then the right is a trap so you must think ahead once more and not assume the obvious and choose left which in turn turns out to be a trap but of course you wouldn't pick that right so you go with right right but why not take the left decision because the right decision is likely to be a trap if you think it will be the right decision therefore you take the left decision but because you think to take the left decision they will know you will pick the left decision because you think the right is a trap and so you think it is the left decision which is what they want you to think therefore it is a trap so you take the right decision because you know the left is a trap and because they know you'll know that then the right is a trap so you must think ahead once more and not assume the obvious and choose left which in turn turns out to be a trap but of course you wouldn't pick that right so you go with right right but why not take the left decision because the right decision is likely to be a trap if you think it will be the right decision therefore you take the left decision but because you think to take the left decision they will know you will pick the left decision because you think the right is a trap and so you think it is the left decision which is what they want you to think therefore it is a trap so you take the right decision because you know the left is a trap and because they know you'll know that then the right is a trap so you must think ahead once more and not assume the obvious and choose left which in turn turns out to be a trap but of course you wouldn't pick that right so you go with right right?

Next time could you please insert paragraph breaks? That was really hard to read. --- Double Post Merged, May 23, 2019, Original Post Date: May 23, 2019 --- Anyways, SLIME PARTY!!!!