To wikify GenBank?
The authors mention EcoliWiki and EcoliHub. Of alternatives, the authors write the challenge is not chaos but lack of participation. [IPBiz notes the USPTO seems to be bothered by the "changing" aspect of GenBank. Separately, the challenge to peer to patent is simply stupidity.]
Elsewhere, at page 1292: the "standard error" --- is the confusion of statistical with substantive significance (As Posner once wrote: correlation is not causation.)
At page 1297, in "The Scale of Prediction," we have "changes in individual factors (temperature, pH, O2, etc.) do not occur in isolation but in a temporally coupled and nonrandom manner for physicochemical reasons." There is discussion of an article by Tagkopoulos on page 1313. Also: an organism can migrate to a suboptimal environment and rapidly gain fitness through rewiring. Such a marginal increase in fitness might make the organism reasonably competitive while it undergoes a much longer process (lateral gene transfers and/or spontaneous mutations followed by selection) to fully adapt to its environment.
At page 1301, a discussion of eukaryotes.