When you eliminate all possibilities that which remains is truth?

Sherlock Holmes - Sir Arthur Conan Doyle When you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth.

When you have eliminated the impossible whatever remains however improbable must be the truth meaning?

It means that induction is a valid method. You got 10 possible outcomes. You start from the ones that can't be, then the next to impossible and so on, working upwards. At some point there will be only one left, which must therefore be the correct explanation.

When you get rid of obvious?

Ask yourself “Why?” and then start eliminating the impossible. “When you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth.” It's simply elementary, my dear reader. Happy Birthday to Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, born 22 May, 1859.

How often do you say you have excluded?

How often have I said that when you have excluded the impossible whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth.” Sherlock Holmes.

Does Sherlock Holmes ever get married?

“Of course we know that Sherlock never married anybody. If he did become engaged … it was probably the reason why he went immediately to Switzerland and jumped off the edge of a precipice.”

What age did Sherlock Holmes die?

Sherlock Holmes didn't die with Conan Doyle, of course, and Holmes—now about 166 years old in fictional time—lives on in all of the many short stories, books, plays, television programs, and films that have featured him in the ninety years since Conan Doyle's death.

Was Moriarty smarter than Sherlock?

Mycroft is smarter than sherlock, both in the books and on the show. It has been stated and proven in both cases, however Moriarty is either just as intelligent as sherlock, or almost as intelligent. The only reason sherlock ''outsmarted'' Moriarty, was because Mycroft helped him.

How did Sherlock solve the final problem?

Her and Moriarty plan the final problem. Sherlock, John and Mycroft go to Sherrinford to meet with Eurus. ... They beat her and she is sent to Sherrinford again and Sherlock and John go back to solving cases like they used to do before all this happened.

Why did eurus stop talking?

According to Mycroft, she had ascended to a higher mental plane & no longer required verbal forms of communication. I'm paraphrasing slightly but yes, it really was that ridiculous. I thought he was saying it in a sarcastic way....

Did eurus kill Watson?

In the end of the Sherlock episode "The Lying Detective", we see Eurus expose herself to Doctor Watson and then shoot him with tranquilizers. As we see in the later episode she can kill anyone without hesitation.