Artificial gravity in Star Trek: Beyond
Watching the movie, and when the Enterprise is under attack they switch the ship to move by impulse. Once that happens the ship becomes mobile and you see people falling all over the place. Is it just continuity error or am I missing something about this? They are in space so there has to be artificial gravity in the first place. Wouldn't it make no difference which direction the ship moved since it would be like flying at any other time in space? And if the AG failed would they float instead of sliding down hallways or running on walls until the ship hit the planets atmosphere?