I was pondering an interesting situation the other day, and am interested to hear others thoughts on the issue. There is a room, inside the room is the hypothetical god (Omniscient and omnipotent in this situation). A person enters the room, and sits down. God offers the person a blue pill and a red pill :P. Before the person entered the room he/she decided that he/she would pick the opposite colour to what the omniscient being said. The person asks the omniscient being what colour pill he/she will choose, and the being has to respond truthfully either 'red' or 'blue'. Obviously no matter what the omniscient being says, the person will choose the opposite to that, meaning that the being was wrong, meaning that an omnipotent being cannot do something as simple as telling you what colour pill you will choose (in this situation) Does that mean its logically fallacious to be omniscient and see the future? And does it also present that the notion that free will is absolute (unhinderable by forces known or unknown)? Interested to hear what you guys think.