This technology pertains to the removal of the magnetic properties of light, and the storage of the light in a photonic capacitor that works through multiple directions of one-way mirrors, one direction as a permeable inwards, and the other a resistive mirror that allows the light to leave the photonic capacitor when a switch allows the light through. Technology such as a photon funnel that allows only a small amount of light to leave may be used to keep a supply in the photonic capacitor, and use only the small amount when needed. The magnetic removal process pertains to storing the magnetic energy in a magnetic battery after the magnetic energy is removed from the light. The photonic capacitor would be made from a type of material that keeps the light inside the photonic capacitor. Metals and other materials that conduct heat would not work, since the photonic energy may be the equivalence of the storage of a plasma-like heat substance, where the light can be channeled like a liquid, while the light would get out through the metal because of the heat after enough light accumulates inside. The material should be created to store light under pressure of a vacuum.
- Patrick R. McElhiney
- Laser Electro-Optical (LEO) Technology