If life was not finite, wherein we avoid being killed by something and therefore live forever, would sex exist (hopefully, yes, for the pleasure of it) ?
I realize this creates the question of how did we create the current population!
But, let's do as the physicist do and assume a "point source" for argument. Let's just ask the the question referring only to a single individual. Let's rephrase again:
Is there a most basic, irrefutable, underlying principal governing a single human being. Later that may be able to be expanded to include all human beings.
I probably should have posted this as a discussion not a question. I realize I am just trying to defend an answer that I already came up with.