I've read it twice, and what I learned is I don't know enough about the subject.
I think you clearly put a lot of work into the article, and it's not that your writing is opaque. The topic is a bit opaque to me at this point. I feel like I need the executive summary - "It's not EPOC that makes Tabata Sprints better for fat loss, it's the neuroendocrine response that does so. Here is how your training should reflect that."
But it's a dense article, and I've printed it out and keep referring to it, trying to get a handle on the information included. I think I better understand what's going on in my body when I do my workouts that have this effect, but I'm not quite sure what to do about. I'm happy to keep trying to understand it better and I think the article will help me once I get a better handle on what's in it.
Executive Summary of my post: "Thanks for the article, but it's a little technical for someone like me with limited technical understanding of the body's systems."