From Not Even Wrong.
For those of you who aren't familiar with it, the Everettian interpretation of quantum mechanics is another name for the "Many Worlds Interpretation".
The "fine-tuning" argument argues that physical constants in our current version of the laws of the universe which are derived from a variety of other physical constants, must have precise and absurdly "unlikely" values to cancel out and produce the measured values.
Every now and then I consider absurd questions too, like whether unicorn meat would be kosher. But, I don't try to hold legitimate academic mini-conferences discussing the issue.