Posted by Not Tony on June 12, 2009 at 16:17:34:
You know, "E-skip" - that phenomenon when it's really hot and muggy in the summer, and channel 2 comes in even worse than usual, you tune to channel 3 and see stations from far away for like 30 seconds at a time. I've seen stations from Memphis and San Antonio come in. One atmospheric level bounces the signal and another below it becomes just the right thickness, so a signal gets bounced around like a ping pong ball fired into a drop ceiling, until it pops out somewhere.
Will that still work with digital signals?
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