$NKLA does anyone here understand thermodynamics? Heck I have 2 engineering degrees and I barely understand thermo... but here’s one thing that’s for sure 1. You can’t create/destroy energy (energy is conserved). When you use electricity to electrolyze hydrogen to burn that hydrogen that process energy overall is conserved That’s a good thing. 2. There’s this thing called entropy and it’s increasing. Entropy is a measure of the systems disorder(heat generation) this is bad, this combined with first law means you’ll lose energy when transforming to electrolysis then lose energy again when burning that hydrogen to electricity to run your motor.... 3. At absolute zero entropy tends to zero. Not really applicable here In essence, Tesla will always be more efficient on a per mile basis than NKLA