Let me make it easier by setting provisional, and for current operational needs an adequate definition of miracle: ...miracle is a violation of generally accepted and established natural laws, which happened only once, or at least cannot be repeated in comparable circumstances. As an example of natural laws I shall cover few basic; as the law of conservation of energy/matter, rotational/linear momentum. In order to collapse an entire building of science it would be sufficient if only one miracle could be proven. With it would collapse the foundation of materialistic worldview, and acceptable, and plausible would become theistic interpretations and deistic formation and organization/operation of the universe. Such miracles are contrary to the generally accepted and established natural laws would be making perpetuum mobile, reviving dead creatures, walking on water on a planet where the gravitational acceleration is 9.8 m/s^2, parthenogenesis (egg fertilization and birth without the participation of male sex cells) in primates, sudden and inexplicable ("magic") curing of terminally ill people without the participation of medicine, appearances of people and objects out of nowhere, to name a few... Natural laws apply for at least 13.7 x 10^9 years, and in all that time there is not a single miracle you could prove?