If you limit it to clergy, churches and church schools, I'm good with us not forcing them to
Once you open a business "to the public" or you accept money from the state, you need to start serving all of the public. Even if your religion says they are "evil sinners".
I know there is an argument that to accept a tax-exemption is to take money from the state. I see the merit to that argument, however for things like church schools we need to have a line to say "You are a burden on the state, so the state has some say in how you behave". Accepting actual money is really the clearest line we can have I think.
I kind of understand the problem they are trying to solve. URLs have gotten too long and complex to read to someone and outside of the office there aren't necessarily good ways to share them out. But how often do you need to share them outside the office?
All in all, kinda cool but we've been able to encode information as sound and decode it since I was 10. Admittedly this is not as obnoxious, but it's kinda old news.
As long as they get the energy they expect, I'm happy with the idea and I love the thought of converting the sidewalk on our block to a solar cell.
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