In the following article, @david.heddle critiques a paper that was intended to debunk an aspect of the cosmological fine-tuning argument:
With some of the worst analysis I have ever seen published. To paraphrase (read it if you think I am being uncharitable) they argue that if a constant k can have any real value (which, by the way, nobody claims, but OK) , then any finite range of possible values (even big ranges, let alone the small ranges demanded by fine-tuning) has effectively a zero probability. Therefore, they conclude, improbable habitable universes are, in fact, impossible.
I’m not kidding, that’s their argument.