How much does a Tesla X cost to drive per mile at residential California electric rates?

The rule of thumb for from Tesla's website forum is 3 miles per KWH [1], I've found this to be true for the Chevy Volt as well.

Californian's can charge their EV's at night for 3.7 cents per KWH (for the first 180 KWH in the summer) on the E-6 rate plan, rates go up based on usage. So for the first 540 miles of the month, the cost is about 1.2 cents per mile, or about $7.  If you drive around 1000 miles per month, (12,000 miles per year) then you might want to budget as much as $20 per month in electricity costs.

This is possible thanks to PG&E's Smart meters. Residents pay a higher rate per hour during the day, something around 30 cents per KWH, for the privilege of charging their cars at the cheaper rate at night. This also helps PG&E balance out the demand for power between the nights and days, so it's a win for the utility, and a win for the EV driver.

What are some of the most scientifically accurate sci-fi movies and/or books?

For movies, this is a fairly easy answer because very few are scientifically accurate, let alone realistic.A few people have said The Martian, and it's very high on the realism scale - all the technology shown are either real, in our grasp or based on actual physics principles. Aside from the

How many people believe in God?

You want an actual number? I don't have one. It's a whole shit-load of people.We're not just talking about the Christian God, we're talking about Islam (which is technically also the Christian God) and Hinduism and a whole boat-load of other deistic religions.As for why? Well, there are a ton of people who believe that