Here's where you stop reading:
"1) Bitcoin was almost certainly a team effort. The design has been peer-reviewed and is found to be remarkably secure, complete and well-rounded. I argue that this suggests that a peer-review or quality control process has already been applied. If one individual cryptographer had written Bitcoin, it would contain far more idiosyncracies than it does, not just in the cryptosystem design but also in the C++ code itself."
Now... go get a copy of the 0.1 bitcoin client - the one that Satoshi wrote - and take a look at the code. It's hideous. Really bad.
I've seen other articles where people consider Bitcoin evidence of some kind of post-singularity intelligence at work.
It's clueless n00bs who didn't notice Bitcoin until 2013, and are apparently so narcissistic that since they weren't paying attention during 2009-2012 they assume nothing of importance happened then, so Bitcoin must have been dropped in our laps in its present form by some kind of omniscient cyber-god.