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How could the Vengeance fire phasers at warp?

Actually ships have ALWAYS been able to fire phasers at warp speed. Check out the original series episode "The Corbomite Maneuver", which is only the second one ever shown, and you see them firing ...
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Why does Harrison show different reactions to phaser fire?

There was no difference. Khan played possum while he figured out Kirk's plan or the best course of action. As a genius chess master type, he had figured Kirk isn't a complete idiot, and knew being ...
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How come they couldn't heal Captain Pike's injuries in Star Trek?

First, you can't cure injuries. You treat them. But the Federation medical science, while advanced, is still incapable of treating severe damage immediately. Even in the TNG era, severe spinal ...
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Why does Chekov say that he remembers Khan in “Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan” if Chekov wasn’t in the episode “Space Seed?”

This really doesn't present a problem at all. The Enterprise had a crew of over 400 people, the vast majority of whom we never see. Chekov was obviously a crew member, just not one of those precious ...
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How could the Vengeance fire phasers at warp?

Warp bubbles bend space around ships to push them forward to a destination (according to our own laws of physics, space is very expandable allowing us get past Einstein's theory of relativity), ...
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Why didn't the Vulcan nerve pinch work?

It makes sense that in Khan's world, genetially enhanced humans are placed in a meritocracy, the most perfect (i.e. him) at the top, and less enhanced people in lower ranking positions. Therefore, it ...
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