I'm not asking about the history of the line, nor am I asking about the tectonic plates underneath. If you look at the gif below, you will see that when panning very close to the earth on Google Earth, the Prime Meridian line (in yellow) seems to shift depending on where you pan. Is this a flaw in Google Earth? I would assume that the line should stay in place, like the other longitude lines.
What am I missing?
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