You can't create value without value residing in the thing if you are going to take it's common value to humans out of it. If you have a pile of clay, it has little value (to humans). If you fire that clay up and make bricks out of it, you have added value (created value to humans) by making bricks out of cray. You can now build a house out of bricks. If you take the value to humans out of it and the value to animals out of it then of course nothing has any intrinsic value as value has no meaning if you take all reference to life out of consideration. Who needs to argue this point however?