That world-wide, there are over 1.4 billion lightning strikes per year; about 25 per cent of those are actually ground strikes, while most (75 per cent) are intra-cloud and cloud-to-cloud strikes (as far as 30 miles apart)
That lightning can be attracted within a 30 mile radius and then directed and harnessed by the Super Capacitor invention for storage, by using a moving electromagnetic field generated by the Super Capacitor active probes (crystal oscillator).
That the Super Capacitor simulates a cloud on the ground to create cloud-to-capacitor lightning.
That “Lightning can reach temperatures exceeding 27,000 Ce; that is six times hotter than the surface of the sun and is exactly why lightning strikes cause so much damage to transformers! That is why lightning damages non-planar electrical grid assets like transformers and batteries. A very large planar capacitor in excess of a 10 foot radius will dissipate the electric charge across many parallel plate capacitors connected in parallel without damaging the Super Capacitor, because Resistance Diminishes Exponentially with Radius.