I have been thinking about this recently, and I can't decide. On the one hand, many people bring happiness to other people and in some respect I assign value to that. But if you believe that human life has no value, then this is pointless as the people you bring joy to are worthless as well. But on the other hand I can't help but think that we are just biological organisms who happened by chance. The big bang happened, all the right atoms formed all the right planets at the perfect distance from a randomly formed star to create life. I can't help but ponder a quote from Richard Dawkins who when asked without God, what the meaning of life was. To which he replied "What makes you think the universe owes you one? If it's bleak it's bleak." What your opinion? Does human life, or any life for that matter have value? Note: I'm not trying to create a quantifiable value ranging from individuals such as murderers and the Pope, but just as a general rule.