That is an interesting answer. I’m not very well versed with this sort of stuff, I admit. But I would like to explain my thoughts on miracles.
Let’s take the Eucharistic miracle of Lanciano, for example. The story goes that a monk who had doubts about the real presence of Christ in the Eucharist found, when he said the words of consecration at Mass, that the bread and wine changed into flesh and blood. This is an alleged story, we do not know for sure if this is the case. But we do know for sure the outcome of the Eucharist.
In 1971, the specimens were analyzed by Odoardo Linoli, a professor in anatomy and pathological histology as well as chemistry and clinical microscopy, and former head of the Laboratory of Pathological Anatomy at the Hospital of Arezzo. It was an anonymous test. The report was published in Quaderni Sclavo di Diagnostica Clinica e di Laboratori in 1971. Dr. Linoli’s analysis was confirmed by Ruggero Bertelli, a retired professor of human anatomy at the University of Siena.
According to Linoli’s study, the flesh is human cardiac tissue of type AB, consistent with the source being of Middle Eastern descent. He said he found proteins in the blood, in the same normal proportions (percentage-wise) as are found in the sero-proteic make-up of normal blood. Linoli found no trace of preservatives.
Basically he came to the conclusion that the sample given to him was the heart tissue of someone who had undergone incredible torture, with the blood type of AB, blood that is also commonly found in other Eucharistic miracles and the same blood type of the Turin Shroud.
We cannot prove 100% that this is Jesus’s flesh, but we can prove that it is human flesh and that the results would align very well with what we have been told of Jesus’s passion.
Most of scientific conclusions are, in fact, based on assumption. Most scientists even base their conclusions on evolution, which has never been proven and is actually just a theory, which could be incorrect. One would be surprised how many theories and scientific observations are floating around that are widely accepted today as fact, which have never been completely proven. Even global warming cannot be completely proven.