>Interesting message, I've been wondering the same thing for a while
>now, and you phrased the question quite well. :)
>One theory I came up with regarding how a time bubble would look
>to outside observers, is a perfect mirror.. everything is reflected
>back, all light, sound, everything. I imagine it might not be a good
>idea to touch a time bubble, if that's even possible. Maybe the
>energy field would distort spacetime enough that the surface of the
>bubble would actually be "solid". There's a document on KeelyNet
>regarding electrostatic force fields that were impossible to pass
>through. I can look up the URL, unless anyone knows it?
>This may be totally unrealistic, but I had a cool idea of a spherical
>time distortion that was mirrored and shimmering, like water. When
>someone came in contact with it, it rippled, like touching water, but
>their hand couldn't pass through it. Even if it's just a crazy idea,
>it might be interesting to add to a sci-fi story.. comments?