Not at all. I was the one who posted in the other thread about a week ago where you kept insisting the same thing. See, this is what you don't get: I am not saying you are wrong, I am asking you to prove it. You speak about this issue in many threads and every time you declare that DW >>> 2H as it is fact. I posted a video where someone found it wasn't the case, and you said it was "beyond useless" claiming sample size.
I build software for a living, and as part of it I have build many simulators (including for heavy regulated industries such as gaming and banking), so I know a bit what I'm talking about. If someone tells me that they are finding real world values don't match the simulator, my first reaction isn't to call the people stupid or make excuses for how they are doing it wrong. My first reaction would be to determine where the simulation was incorrect and try to fix it. The most common issue is there are variables present I didn't consider.
There is so much more to WoW DPS than just rotation, which is what I'm guessing the sim is using. Latency is a huge issue, especially when it varies from second to second, these are things a sim cannot capture accurately.
Raid parsing won't help because they are different people with different gear with different raid makeups. The video I showed, despite a small sample size, was the same person, with identical buffs, with identical gear except weapons so it was much better than anything you have shown to defend your position.
As Arthur Conan Doyle once wrote: "It is a capital mistake to theorize before one has data. Insensibly one begins to twist facts to suit theories, instead of theories to suit facts." This is what you are doing. You were given some numbers and you instantly dismissed them because they didn't fit what you have already made up is the truth in your head.
tl;dr, I'm not saying you are wrong, but your insistance that you are right and the way you dismiss anyone who disagrees with you despite having zero proof is laughable.