Ugh I'm getting tired of this now pointless debate, we've said the same things in 5 different ways.
You: Simplicity can have the same effect.
Me: Simplicity can't have the same effect because of the process required to discover complexity, and what comes with it.
Also, my ego can't be hurt. Try it. (Honestly, I don't care about proving myself at all because of a complex philosophy of mine that dictates my behavior and... let's leave that for another time).
Also, I did not change my position at all, when I said even you are saying it's so the majority of times, and asked for an example, it was not to say I believe it's only so in the majority of cases, it was to know better what you thought of as exception to it.
The third quote, I didn't change my position either, what I said is:
If people can't possibly understand complexity, then sure, give them simplicity; until the moment they are ready to process complexity that's what they will get, but even so, complexity is still better, because even if it is not applicable in this subpar scenario, in essence it's better. In the plane of possibility it's better.
Happy with the explanations, Jay?