Again, the article is not telling anyone what to do, nor is it recommending anyone to skip breakfast.
Having said that....
Well, it sure must vary from person to person.
This is why well controlled studies, like the one above, are important.
I would keel over w/out b-fast and I'm 100% sure I would eat an ENORMOUS lunch w/out it.
Having grown up eating a large breakfast each day under the impression it was the most important meal of the day, I felt the same way at first. However, after experimenting with it for several months and allowing my body to adapt (something humans are incredible at), I found the exact opposite, especially when following the principles of calorie density. After all, the process of digestion uses a large amount of energy, which, if not being used for digestion, is available for other needs.
I get up at 5 a.m. and have 40 min of chores to do b/f leaving for work. If I didn't have my oatmeal and fruit, I couldn't do it!
I worked on a horse farm for a year during graduate school and also got up at 5 am every morning to do about an hours worth of chores. Not only did I do the chores, I also ran 3-5 miles on these same days. All of this was done without the consumption of any breakfast.
Having experimented thoroughly for extended periods over months and years, it easy for me to see what works better. However, making the decision without seeing both sides of the picture, is not a fair experiment.
Another variation, that is getting some attention and research, is Every Other Day (EOD) eating (though not quite as restrictive as it sounds), and also restricted window feeding, where meals are consumed within a 4-6 hour period, such as from 2 pm-8 pm each day or 10 am to 4 pm each day..
If you read the links I posted in the FB thread, they are showing additional benefits to reduced meal frequency and increased time periods between, even when calories are kept equal. To me, this is valuable information that, while not being recommended by me (as most of us have much more important issues to focus on), it should not be ignored.
Remember though, I am not asking anyone to do this, or make any changes, nor was this posted her by me as a recommendation. However, since the discussion was created, it is important to represent it fairly.