There are some wonderful new ideas in the new movie Into Darkness, are there not? Surely worthy of discussion? How could a wet suit make a person survive a long fall, then sink effortlessly and then swim unaffected by water pressure. Particularly without visible helmets. How can a hand-held devise pump massive quantities of heat from equally massive quantities of lava, without generating more heat as required by the Second Law of Thermodynamics? How can the phrase "cold fusion" be reconciled as somehow referring to the previous? What power source could be in a ring sufficient to create the explosion in London? Could enough antimatter be inside the containment ring? How can we reconcile the notion of warp drive with any determinate "speed" with the travel times in the movie? Why can't the Klingons detect the vessel when it's leaving, after a patrol disappears, that they couldn't detect when it arrived? How can the Enterprise be bigger on the inside than the outside? How can concrete floors be a useful spaceship construction material? How can we justify the enormous empty spaces inside the Enterprise? How did the Federation abolish Newton's First Law of Motion, so that people who fall off rails in a free falling spaceship[/] would immediately fall even faster even though the Earth's gravitational field is unchanged? Lastly, why would the Federation design a ship so that the crew could fall to its death?