The headline of that article is:
Science Confirms: Angels Took the House of Our Lady of Nazareth to Loreto
The article reports on
"a conference organized by the “Amici del Timone” Cultural Center in Staggia Senese, Italy, titled “The Story of the Incredible Move of the House of Mary of Nazareth to Loreto,”
At this conference was an invited speaker, "Prof. Giorgio Nicolini, who (had) devoted his life of study and research to the case, (of the moving house) and spoke at this conference. "
Now Prof. Giorgio Nicolini is reported ( ie someone else has said that he said and presented scientific evidence that )
“Based on these scientific evidences, he ( Prof. Giorgio Nicolini) proved indisputably the veracity of the miraculous transfer.”
Now the scientific evidence that the author claims Prof. Giorgio Nicolini presented , IS NOT SHOWN IN THIS ARTICLE.
and instead we see that Prof. Giorgio Nicolini
"During his lecture, Professor Nicolini demonstrated the existence of many documents and eyewitness accounts of the transfer, which science and human method cannot explain. "
So the author of this article is contradicting his own conclusions and information in this article, and contradicting what the good Professor has presented.
Science has not confirmed Angels moved the Holy House. And the good Professor himself says Science and human method cannot explain its transfer.
If you google Prof. Giorgio Nicolini, all his works are in Italian. So we dont know what his specialty is.
Science cannot confirm a thing and cannot explain a thing at the same time.
Miracles are confirmed when there is no scientific explanation for the miracle.
By the way, there is a book of visitors to the house. Many saints and Popes have visited over the decades.