This is going to sound harsh, I want you to keep in the back of your mind that I do like you and have a lot of respect for you.
I think on just a practical level we should talk about vetting of scholarship and even vetting of speculation (as in the piece above). The academic community has a peer-review process, it has may flaws and a lot of politics, but it does help in regard to filtering out a lot of (to put it indelicately) bullshit.
There is not one reference to any scientifically validated theory or observation (other than the speed of light) in that 'article'.
Speed of thought?
I actually love science fiction. It is entertaining and can be very profound and philosophical. The Dune
series for instance is a love of mine. The paper above is science fiction without any plot or character development.
Action at a distance (ie faster than light communication) is something that could be explored much more scientifically. I don't currently have access to a university article database, but here is a wiki to point you in the right direction.
Don't waste your time with bullshit unless you just want entertainment.