Tracking Plate Movement Tracking Plate Movement - Earth Changes and the Pole Shift • Posted by Howard on June 11, 2013 at 7:30am • View Blog As identified in Kojima's Proof of Plate Movement - Indonesia Region, comparisons of map and satellite imagery reveal indications of plate movement in accordance with the Zetas' 7 of 10 predictions. Upon close examination of Google Maps and Bing Maps along the coastal regions of Indonesia on the Sunda Plate, it is apparent that mapped shorelines often do not match the most recent satellite imagery. By popular demand, the following example is provided for those intent on exploring these discrepancies further. 1. In Google Maps, select satellite view and move the map over Indonesia: 2. Zoom in on an island or coastline and identify where the dotted white line intended to delineate land mass clearly does not match the shoreline in the satellite image. 3. In Google Earth, zoom into the same region to determine coordinates of the location you're examining. For this example, we'll use the following coordinates: 2.543261 N 95.917750 E 4. Entering these same coordinates into Bing Maps and comparing the "Road" and "Aerial" views, disparities are also evident. Both images overlayed: It should be noted that images obtained on Google Maps and Bing Maps are not accurately time stamped. Actual dates of satellite imagery can be ascertained using Google Earth by selecting the "historical imagery" icon.