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The Science of Deduction

The Science of Deduction
by Sherlock Holmes I'm Sherlock Holmes, the world's only consulting detective. I'm not going to go into detail about how I do what I do because chances are you wouldn't understand. If you've got a problem that you want me to solve, then contact me. Interesting cases only please. This is what I do:

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How To Be Like Sherlock Holmes: 4 Insights From Research Wouldn’t it be great to be able to just look at someone and tell what they’re really like? Sherlock Holmes does this all the time and it’s incredibly cool. Check out this clip from the BBC show Sherlock. Of course, Sherlock Holmes is a fictional character and nobody can read people quite that well. Fanvids I absolutely agree in every way.And also I get upset because it’s not as if male friendships don’t get any representation. It’s not like, “OH GOD, I can’t even turn on my television without two men ending up in a romantic/sexual relationship just because they had a deep friendship. Why can’t I just enjoy the friendship without it being sexualized??” But no, you ask for anything queer, anything queer at all, and people act as though you’ve asked for the entirety of the television and film industries to ban platonic m/m relationships and hetero romantic relationships forever.And honestly, on a related note, I’m actually beginning to get pretty sick of, “I just don’t see it.” And I’m not saying that because I have a problem with other people getting a different read on the same material, because I absolutely don’t.

BBC Sherlock - Fan Forum / Sherlock Holmes Canon Quiz - 29th June 2012 - Boardhost Free Forums OK, sorry for being a bit late on posting the answers, I was in London yesterday (again). So here are the correct answers I was looking for:1. How many steps are there up to 221B?17 Sherlock: the universal language of crime fighting Doctor Who supremo Steven Moffat admits he was taken aback by the roaring success of his contemporary reboot of Arthur Conan Doyle’s classics, co-created with Mark Gatiss. In 2010, it attracted ratings of nine million and won two Baftas, but it’s taken over a year to make more. Now it finally returns for three 90-minute adventures. First comes A Scandal in Belgravia, which picks up mere moments after the last episode’s cliff-hanger – and it’s casually ingenious how Moffat gets Holmes and Watson (Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman) out of their deadly impasse with arch nemesis Moriarty (Andrew Scott). This new case sees compromising photographs threaten to topple the monarchy. Our heroes from 221B Baker Street are soon battling terrorists, rogue CIA agents and a government conspiracy.

The blog of Dr. John. H. Watson 20th April A New Beginning It feels odd. Coming back here. A Mycroftian Manifesto How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Mycroft As a writer and general all-purpose fangirl, I often find myself falling in love with characters while the source material looks on disapprovingly. Criminals and cads, serial killers and sociopaths---they’re hardly the kind of men I can see bringing home to my mother. When I’m not romancing complete scoundrels, I have a terrible weakness for minor characters. Abbreviations for Sherlock Holmes Story Titles Abbreviations for Sherlock Holmes Stories Back to previous page NotesMany Sherlockian writings refer to the tales by using an abbreviation of the story title. The conventional abbreviations were devised by Jay Finley Christ and use four letters. This site uses the more common all-capital form (ABBE), but some writers use only a leading capital letter (Abbe).

A List of Untold Tales of Sherlock Holmes compiled by Randall Stock Untold Tales of Sherlock Holmes: A List of Major Case References By Randall Stock How many unreported cases are mentioned in the Holmes stories? As with so many things it depends on your definitions. Sherlock Holmes vs Sherlock This article contains spoilers. There are currently two on-screen adaptations of Sherlock Holmes vying for viewers' attention. Both remakes have drawn criticism in the mainstream press for their deviations from the books, with critics writing polemics against the way Steven Moffat and Guy Ritchie have updated their respective Holmes franchises. How do these modern versions differ from their source material? This theme page about Crime and Mystery presents lesson plans and materials for intermediate level (A2-B1), year 5-9 in Sweden Warm-up Songs Vocabulary

Sherlock Holmes Timeline 1880 July 3, Saturday -- "The Gloria Scott" 1881 June 23, Thursday -- "The Musgrave Ritual" July 16, 1881, Saturday -- Holmes meets Watson in Chapter One of A Study in Scarlet 1883 April 1, Sunday -- "The Speckled Band" (Y-M) Modern Sherlock Holmes adaptations, BBC Sherlock, CBS Elementary There came the time when we have to deal with the modern Sherlock Holmes adaptations, where the detective is moved from the Victorian era and is placed into modern age. I would like to emphasize that I like BBC’s Sherlock (series 1) and love Elementary (series 1), and I am fond of their movie and cartoon predecessors as well. Why is it important to notice this? Because I am middle-aged and it is clear to those who personally know me that I am not a „trendy girl”. I am rather conservative. I know many people think being conservative is boring, and to mention it in connection with Sherlock Holmes one may say: „Well, she loves those dusty old novels and the newer versions are alien to her.”

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