SSDs don’t have any moving parts, so they’re nearly invulnerable to failure in high shock / vibration environments and extreme temperatures. This latter, operating in extreme temperatures between 0°C to +70°C, allows an SSD-based system to handle more applications in difficult situations where the traditional hard drives fail. However, when heated to a gaseous state (if even possible), it would not enable cloud computing, like this person has asked. Unfortunately, that is just one of the many dumb science and tech questions people have actually posted online. Continue reading for more.