In its ongoing mission to record every square inch of the known universe, Google brought one of its 15-lens fly-eyeball cameras into the ancient redwoods of the Headwaters Forest Preserve. As CBS News reported last night, The Wilderness Society is collaborating with Google on the tech giant’s Backpack Trekker Program, which allows people to virtually visit such exotic and scenic locales as Angkor Wat, the Grand Canyon, the Galapagos Islands and more.

So which is it — a great, light-footprint window to the world’s great wonders? Or another invasion by Big Brother? Let’s go ahead and settle this in the comments.