It's a great life: doing scientific research, writing up your findings and by so doing, sharing the knowledge and insights you have gained with others.
I looked it up on the internet. The Hirsch factor combines the number of articles in international journals with the number of citations. So if 17 of your articles have been cited 17 times, your H factor will be 17. So writing the most outstanding article ever will not give you more than one point, by my calculations.
Last week I was asked yet again about my H factor. I had no more information about it than the last time, except to report that my PUB score is the highest it's ever been at 672, while my NAT score is 27, if you include the deceased. PUB: The total number of published pages per year. NAT: number of co-authors who have ever been published in Nature. I suspect my interlocutor did some Googling and a few sums later that day.