Corrected entry: Upon hearing that Vulcan is going to be destroyed within minutes Spock goes into the turbo lift to take him to the transporter. Within seconds Nero orders the space drill up to his ship where Sulu falls off the device and Kirk has to sky dive to rescue him. Chekov, who is aware of a way of beaming these two to the Enterprise races out of the bridge, opposite to the turbo lift, down the corridor to the transporter room. Where he then beams both Sulu and Kirk aboard the ship. Spock then enters the room to be beamed down to Vulcan. Why did Spock go in the turbo lift to the transporter, when it was on the same deck as the bridge, since he had only seconds to save his family? (00:57:15 - 00:58:25)Avensiscomic
Corrected entry: If Nero changed the future of the original Star Trek universe when he attacked, and the subsequent destruction of the USS Kelvin, how could Spock appear in the same universe 25 years later? Both the Narada and the Jellyfish were sucked back into the past. However, the Narada was taken back in time first. Any changes made would make a new "alternate reality" that would have been separate from Spock's when he appeared, as they both left the same future around the same time. Spock's ship would have appeared without a Narada being in existence. (00:01:00 - 00:25:00)Avensiscomic
Corrected entry: At one point you can see a computer running Windows XP. If you look at the bottom of the screen you can see the distinctive blue and green taskbar.
Corrected entry: When Chekov reports to the crew their "mission" to go to Vulcan, he states that they have observed a lightning storm in space which triggers Kirk to recognize the attack on the fleet and Vulcan. Problem: The "lightning storm" in space was caused by a black hole, the black whole was not formed until they dropped the red matter into Vulcan's core, therefore the Vulcans could not have reported on such an event as it had not occurred in their system yet.tonester2007
Corrected entry: When older Spock witnesses the destruction of Vulcan, he sees the planet very clearly from the surface of Delta Vega, the same way we see the moon from Earth. For the two planets to be this close to one another would be impossible. The tidal forces alone would cause massive destruction on the surface of both planets. Not to mention the fact that a singularity created on Vulcan would almost certainly destroy the neighboring planet as well.wizard_of_gore
Corrected entry: Whenever the Romulan mining ship lowers its laser drill into the atmosphere of a planet, the drill and chain hang straight down. Regardless of whether the ship is station-keeping over the same spot on the rotating planet or has found the proper geosynchronous orbital altitude to stay there, the lowered chain would experience orbital tidal forces sideways along its length that would not allow it to stay "straight up and down", even if one believes that it is strong enough to endure the tension involved.
Corrected entry: During the scenes involving Captain Pike's interrogation on the Narada, they show him strapped to a chair which is in a pool of water. They later show a bird's eye view of him in the chair with no pool of water in sight, followed shortly by a side view in which the sloshing of the water can again be heard.
Corrected entry: The first shots of the Enterprise in space show it docked at the massive space station with the bridge facing the center of the station. When they show Spock entering the bridge for the first time (when the ship is still docked) you can see the view out of the front viewscreen/window. You should be able to see the huge space station, but all you see is empty space.BocaDavie