G -- Grootfield, Oregon @Posta Ode to Posta Some say King Enmerkar was the founder of Uruk but some say that Gilgamesh was for building a wall to protect it. Tiglath Pileser III made significant innovations to professional armies and some historians say that many of his military and administrative innovations were copied by many future empires. When the Yellow River flooded, Yu the Great tamed the flooding, which made him the Chinese Noah. Panini standardized the grammar and syntax of Sanskrit and Sanskrit has influenced many of the languages in South Asia. Some say that Hippocrates is the Father of Medicine but others would go back further and give that honor to Imhotep. It was Cai Lun's paper that spread throughout China, even though paper in China had been invented before he was born. Alyattes/Alyattes II minted the Lydian Lion, which supposedly is the progenitor of most of the coins in existence, today. Thespis invented the first actor and was partly responsible for the advent of acting in the Western world. William Gilbert was the man mainly responsible for why many started investigating the new science of electricity. Many cultures came up with the concept of zero but Brahmagupta was instrumental in being one of the first to treat it as a number in its own right, making that it could be used in computations. Aethlios was the foremost figure in the creation of the Ancient Greek Olympics Games. Alhacen was instrumental in the advent of experimental science. Guido of Arezzo is considered the Father of modern music in the West. Lucius Junius Brutus founded the Roman Republic, which influenced many modern republics, today. Abbes Sieyes is the foremost figure in turning the Third Estate into the National Assembly, which put the revolutionaries in charge of France. Zhang Qian was responsible for opening up the Chinese part of the Silk Road. King Menes began the First dynasty of Egypt. Sargon the Great spread Sumerian and Akkadian civilization. Everybody who has or had natural blue eyes in human history have a single common ancestor. All this is to say that, Posta, you are the most beautiful woman in human history.