At least, you hope it does. Just was reading an article about a recently departed film maker, Mike Gray, who had written the screenplay for "The China Syndrome" amongst many other life trophys. His opinion about Nuclear power was powerful, in that that one movie chilled the construction of nuclear power plants in this country for decades.
Ol' buddy redneck Albert Gore's chicken little global warming act is his opinion magnificated and oratollated by a geek chorus of fellow travellers. Still just an opinion. It's made him richer, so I can't say that
no one has benefited from his fear mongering.
'Fear of clowns' carries more weight than fear of climate change.
Here's my point. Just because you assume that your opinion is valid, madmen and regular fools with that same confidence are 100% wrong.
I don't even trust that my opinions about things are 100% right, because I am 100% human which means there is room for error.
You knew this part was coming. God's opinion is the only one that matters. When Christ returns, all contrary opinions will matter as much as 1990's teacup fashions. At least, that's my opinion.