Um, on the contrary I think it is you that doesn't know what "religious" means. With all due respect. To me "religious" means belonging to a particular organized religion, like the Catholic Protestant, Presbyterian, Baptist or Seventh Day Adventist, etc. Or being an Orthodox, Reform or Conservative Jew. Or a Hindu, Moslem or a Buddhist.
We're not going to agree on what that particular word means. For example, I'm Catholic but I don't consider myself religious. Its not about being in the club, its about what you feel.
But lets stick to the topic and not get sidetracked:
How does SN1987A precisely fits the circumstances that would be expected if supernovae were powered by genic energy?
Second the words including "precisely fit" were LaViolette's.
Well I'd rather us discuss this in our own words anyways. I can't stand reading long cut-n-pasted quotes.
I believe what he meant is clear. As I mentioned the convention at the time of his prediction No. 9 (1985) was "that supernovae are produced by red giant stars which have exhausted their supply of nuclear fuel. It is presumed that once the red giant's nuclear reactions subside, the star collapses and subsequently rebounds as a supernova explosion."
Okay. And some are. You know, there's like ten different types of supernovae. There's not just one cause of a supernova.
In prediction No. 9 he does say that; "Subquantum kinetics predicts that supernovae are produced, not by red giant stars, but by blue supergiant stars, that is, by stars that are exceedingly luminous and hence energetically unstable. It predicts that, rather than collapsing, the star undergoes a nonlinear increase in its production of genic energy which leads to a stellar explosion. LaViolette published this prediction in 1985 (IJGS pp. 342-343).
Okay, so he was right about its progenitor being a blue supergiant. That could have been a lucky guess, no?
Where's the beef in this balogna about genic energy though?
So, as to answering your question, "How so?"- does SN 1987A being found to be blue supergiant Sandulek -69 202 "precisely fit the circumstances that would be expected IF supernovae were powered by genic energy"? I think what he meant was just that; Sandulek-69 202 was NOT a star that FIT the conventional "wisdom" at the time of a star that had exhausted its nuclear fuel supply. If ANYTHING it was the opposite; a highly energetic star FULL of fuel!
Does that answer your question adequately?
Sort of, but not really. If we assume geneic energy means that some supernovae have blue giants as progenitors, then finding just that might seem like a success. But what we're missing is anything about this genic energy, itself.
Too, we still have the other types of supernovae that do stem from more traditional explanations - so those aren't really wrong they're just incomplete.
Big bang has evidence . When I worked at Bell labs. On the back of the small hill there was an a microwave antenna station. Right there our colleague Arno Penzias (actually our VP) and Bob Wilson received Nobel price because they observed the background temperature of the universe, which match with exactly the big bang predict about big bang residue energy.... Anyway, I think you misunderstand big bang. Big bang is very spiritually matched with Bible....
when Jesus engineered all these creation works you were not there. It does Take 13.7B earth years to reach the current "golden age of the universe", Sometimes is is hard for our mind to understand the language of God.. To understand this part you really need to know both Bible and science well. big bang is very spiritual... More closely to match with Bible than any others...