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Under questioning, Thales admitted that it had no experience with lithium-ion batteries in airplanes.Boeing Won’t Budge as Industry Abandons Lithium-Ion Battery|Clive Irving|April 25, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Requests for comment to Thales and Airbus were not answered.Air France 447 Report: How the Plane Went Down|Clive Irving|July 5, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Airbuses have pitot tubes made by two companies—by the U.S. company Goodrich, and by the European company Thales.
It was the Thales manufactured gauges that were discovered on the assembly line with oil in them.
The progress of philosophy from Thales to Plato is the most stupendous triumph of the human intellect.
We do not read of any remarkable philosophical inquirer until Thales arose, the first of the Ionian school.
Anaximenes, the disciple of Thales, pursued his master's inquiries and adopted his method.
Thales felt that there was a grand question to be answered relative to the beginning of things.
The struggles of so many great thinkers, from Thales to Aristotle, all ended in doubt and in despair.
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An ancient philosopher of Greece, called by some the first genuine Greek philosopher. He lived about 600 years before Jesus and about 150 years before Socrates.