There may be a fundamental (sic) misapprehension in the article. It assumes, for example, that reality is like an infinite regression of matryoshki, but we know that at the Planck scale there does seem to be a finite limit beneath which there is insufficient "room" for phenomena to occur. Furthermore, a "theory of everything" is not the same as "absolute comprehension." We can have very effective theories that we nevertheless do not fully comprehend. As Dirac said of his own famous equation, "it knew more than I did." It's unwise to philosophize about reality in the abstract, because of the danger of unrecognized assumptions, not to mention insufficient understanding of physics. This article appears to tumble headfirst into that trap.