Considering they aren't around today, one can only conclude that they died.<quoted text>
But they didn't know right from wrong til after they ate the fruit. So it would be like sitting candy on the floor with a couple of kids running around. So whose fault would that be? The parents for sitting it within reach, or the kids who don't know the difference? Parents of course. God set them up for failure which means he is not a god, just a failure himself, or itself, I would never give a god a gender.
Besides, god lied to them. They did not die when they ate the fruit. There were not supposed to live forever anyway, cause they were kicked out of the garden, lest they eat of the tree of life. Remember?
So we are supposed to have a god that tricks A&E and lies to them? That is not even a demigod. It is a cartoon god for heavens sake.
As for knowing right and wrong, Eve has an interesting conversation with the serpent that kind of establishes that she knew what she shouldn't do. It's also interesting to note how easily Eve disbelieved God when told something contrary. Adam was there for it, he was as guilty a party as Eve.
How often do we, in our own lives, see forbidden fruit and know its dangers and submit to the temptation of it anyways. What follows is classic as well. The instinct is to first hide, and then to deflect blame. And God, after doling out the consequences covers Adam and Eve in animal hides. And this is how life has been ever since, a sacrifice must be made to cover sin.