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Not necessarily, as belief in evolution and belief in global warming don't really have anything to do with each other. That said, a person who believes in evolution is probably more likely to believe in global warming, as they tend to listen to what scientists say, and scientists are the biggest advocates for global warming being real.
No single weather event can be attributed with certainty to global warming. All climate scientists can say is that the icreased intensity of hurricanes and tornado events is consistent with predictions about global warming. Scientists simply do not know whether global warming influenced the intensity or duration of Hurricane Katrina.
No. Although Al Gore himself is not a scientist, he has listened carefully to what scientists have to say about global warming. He is concerned about scientific predictions about the potential effects of global warming on society and the world as a whole, because that is what most scientists are telling him.
Scientists would be relieved if they had not been able to prove that global warming is happening. They could move on and investigate more fruitful areas of science, feeling that at least this is one problem they do not have to worry about. It is because scientists have proven that global warming is happening that they are concerned.
Why are kids being taught that global warming is a fact in school when it is an unproven theory at best?
There are two views on whether global warming is real: the view of the overwhelming majority of climate scientists and the views of non-scientists. Most children are being taught the scientific view of global warming, which is that global warming is really happening. After all, by the time many of them are adults, they will have to cope with some of the problems expected to occur as a result of global warming.
There is no evidence that global warming is a myth. There has certainly been a lot of misinformation on the subject, often from vested interests, but the clear consensus of climate scientists is that global warming is real and that human activities are substantially the cause of global warming since the Industrial Revolution.
The vast majority of climate scientists agree that global warming is happening and also that it is being caused by the actions of mankind. The reasons for it are the burning of fossil fuels and deforestation. There are some scientists who accept that global warming is real but they think there are other causes for it not caused by man. A tiny number don't think there is any warming at all.