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How can you have a point of origin with only one coordinate? is a good example, and I suspect we'll see many questions asking, say, how is it possible that Tom Paris got to Warp 10 in Voyager when that's supposed to be impossible, and many other such questions.
Trying to make sense of these things is really a matter of trying to apply logic to something one really needs to suspend disbelief over. I can see many such questions coming our way. How should we handle them? Should we close them? Is there a standard we can edit them to?
(Personally, I love trying to make sense out of this stuff, but
I feel it has no place on Stack Exchange we would need to figure out how to make it work in the Stack Exchange framework.)
On the other hand, trying to make sense out of these assumptions can be instructive. Discuss? Perhaps there's a way we could frame these discussions that would make the site useful and make the internet better? (That last is the mission of Stack Exchange; quibbling about warp drive doesn't achieve that end, but perhaps educating people in science would?) Perhaps we need to reach out to the Physics site if we ever get out of private beta?