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For one, the models use randomly assigned fitnesses, whereas some locations in real proteins are more fitness-correlated than others.
Furthermore, says Kauffman, "there's no natural way of scaling the fitnesses of these models to actual chemical affinities," as scientists would do in correlating thermometer readings to physical events like freezing and boiling of water.