Sherlock Holmes and Knowledge

Arranged and available information which can be used to analyze the situation
and the crisis associated with it is far more valuable than cluttered and scattered
information even if the latter’s amount is big. Sherlock considers a man’s brain
as an empty attic that needs to be carefully stocked with only the relevant
furniture that is useful. Taking in every sort of information crowds out
the beneficial and handy knowledge.

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