Discussion by: achromat666
I'm finding the more people come to the site and make defend miraculous claims a pretty common thread arises:
1. The claim itself has no corroborating evidence.
2. The claims are only reviewed by memeber of the clergy, or
3. The claims are only reviewed by a few outside agents and the findings are not thoroughly (if at all) peer reveiwed.
This is most common with claims from the RCC, but I know they're not the only ones making them. The Shroud of Turin is a popular one, along with variations of the Eucharist miracle claims and others.
I'm honestly curious: Is there a single example of a suspension of the laws of physics that has actually stupmed the scientific community? As in something that was proven to have occured that deifies our current knowledge and science has absolutely no answer?