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Each blanket is made from 100% cotton and contains non-toxic glass beads.
Pieces in the Wixarikas Collection are especially time consuming, requiring up to a week of work on just the colorful, detailed bead patterns.
Now researchers have demonstrated the bizarre effect for the first time in the laboratory by cooling glass beads as a proxy for the more complex freezing process of water.
They start their lives as ribbons of linear components, called amino acids, like beads on a string.
In his rustic office, a cow tail with bead embroidery and a fez hanging above it like a crown are displayed on one wall.
Proteins consist of chains of amino acids, often compared to beads on a string.
If they’re locked inside glass beads, however, astronauts would have to work a lot harder to get them out.
The tools, beads, and art they left behind hint that these other humans were probably a lot like us.
In the experiment, a bead represented the equivalent of a single molecule of water, and measurements were performed 1,000 times under a given set of conditions to produce a collection of “molecules.”
He seemed to have abandoned himself to a reverie, and to be seeing pleasing visions in the amber bead.

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