Star Trek the next physics

I have to wonder that the parallax of stars as viewed from the star ship moves and this would indicate travel at some velocity near one light year per second. That would be about 31 million times the speed of light! That in itself does raise questions, but consider that when they "engage", nobody moves and an object stays at rest unless acted upon by a force. Now I suppose they could have solved inertial canceling, which I have done, but then why would minor bumps and jiggles cause them to be thrown about? The acceleration from 0 to 31MLy/year ( which seems a silly way to describe distance) ( perhaps 9,460,800,000,000,000 meters per second ) would be about 1015 Gs. Now if you can easily cancel 1015 Gs. then a simple anti-matter explosion or "photon torpedoes" would be nothing in comparison. Physics and science seems to be slave to art. In addition it would require more than just a few buckets of antimatter to generate such an effect. It would also seem that at that speed they could traverse the known universe in about 300 years. I suppose they could be rotating as they travel, and that would account for the movement of the stars, but not changing parallax.

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