@firstname.lastname@example.org Fair point. I was short-cutting the longer argument:
Capabilities of sufficient richness have a minimum complexity requirement. More complexity is a necessary but not _sufficient_ requirement for such capabilities -- it's possible to have complexity _without_ deliviering a specific property. It's _not_ possibly to have that property without the requisite complexity.
Complexity -- more parts, interactions, minimum tolerances -- increases odds of failure.
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