At the same time, there are also many people who disagree just like how you disagree. Maybe we really don't know the truth then. But I am just going with the idea that they really do have built-in values to them based upon my own personal experience. What's interesting here is that I never heard anybody or any scientist ever tell me that our basic emotions have any built-in values to them. I discovered this on my own through my own personal experience. Sure enough, I came up with the idea that our emotions have built-in values to them and such an idea was upholded by other scientists. This proves here that I really do have great insight into my own personal experience and, who knows, I could also be right when I say that our moral and intellectual based values are not real values. As it stands though, it seems to me we live in a world where people mostly argue and debate and that we really don't know the answer one way or the other. There are certain things we do widely agree upon as human beings such as the idea that, if you drink poison, that would be lethal to you. There is no disagreement about that. But then there are things that we just argue and debate about. One side thinks they know the truth and the other side thinks they know the truth. But perhaps none of them know the truth and they just think they do. An example would be debates between believers in the afterlife and people who think this is the one and only life we have. There is much claimed evidence for the afterlife, but, at the same time, skeptics would reject such evidence and they would claim that they instead have all the evidence to support the idea that this is the one and only life we have.