Factual error: When Minerva mistakenly picks up a NERF gun to shoot Carol, the blaster she picks up is a Sharpshooter II, released in 1995. The occupants of the station were supposed to have been stranded there for six years and could not logically have obtained this item.
Factual error: The internet cafe Vers visits runs a piece of software even more cutting edge than the brand new, still beta version of Windows 95; Netscape Navigator 4, a release from 1997 - certainly not 1995, when it still had very squared highly recognizable buttons and icons of a different color than those portrayed here. (00:35:15)
Factual error: In the internet cafe, Vers searches for the name of the bar conveniently seen on the piece of machinery conveniently dropped by the Skrull. She can't google it, being 1995, so she uses Altavista. Props to the prop department for using the original logo of Altavista, but the URL appearing as result for the search is http://www.altavista.com/search etc, while it should have been http://www.altavista.digital.com, since Altavista in its early years did not own the altavista.com domain name.
Factual error: Everyone is gathered in front of Maria's computer waiting for the audio CD to load. Maria's computer is actually from the future, since it has installed not Windows 95 (beta or not) like in the internet cafe, but the even later Windows 2000 (telltale detail; the CD player program and the icon of the recycle bin). (01:05:45)
Factual error: The calendar on the wall behind Fury when they are listening to the audio at Rambeau's house correctly lists the days for June 1995 (1st is a Thursday and 30th is a Friday), but the days for May and July are wrong (it shows May 1st on Sunday and last day as 30th on Tuesday, but 1st was Monday, and May has 31 days, not 30. It shows July 1st as Wednesday when it was actually Saturday, and the month of July only having 28 days). (01:05:00)
Factual error: In her second encounter with the Supreme Intelligence, Carol's memories 'jogged' by the Earth's sojourn include a record of "Come as you are" by Nirvana. A memory that Carol couldn't possibly have, having become Vers in 1989, and with the song being part of Nirvana's ultra-famous "Nevermind" album which came out in 1991. (01:27:30)
Factual error: After taking the motorcycle, Danvers rides to the bar and passes a blue and white open-bed Ford pickup. There are two things wrong with the truck's license plate: it is a non-commercial California plate "1TAH285" (pickups in California back then had to have commercial plates, form 1A23456, unless a special allowance was made if they always have a camper), and the plate is blue on white which was first used with plates starting with "2." A plate of form 1ABC234 starting with "1" is gold on blue. (00:38:00)
Factual error: Chasing the Skrull who shot her from the top of the building, Vers jumps on the train. The station is marked both by the platform and by the sign shown as the train takes off, as Douglas Station. When the chase started though, Surfer Dude Skrull was parkouring on a rooftop where you could see in the vicinity the Wells Fargo bank tower from NoHo. That would have been over a 20 mile pursuit on foot. (00:29:25)
Factual error: Vers is on the 'phone' with her Kree crew from a public phone on the outside of a club with plenty of posters appropriate for the time period (Foo Fighters @The Fillmore, REM's tour for Monster, etc) but is also plastered with posters for "Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness", a Smashing Pumpkins album which came out at the end of October of 1995, months later than when the movie supposedly takes place (June). (00:25:50)
Factual error: Both Danvers and Rambeau have their names and call-signs printed under the canopy of their planes, but only actual fighter pilots, not test pilots, receive that honour. Furthermore, not even all fighter pilots are eligible, as there are more pilots at any given time than there are planes for them to fly.