If you accept that there is a philosophic principle/method of science called “laws of nature” (which you seem to as you use the term) then you have clearly contradicted them in your method of finding an explanation.
My approach does not.
Yes the principle is sort of falsifiable (this single levitation must “prove” all the laws of nature that worked everywhere for the last 2000 years of recorded history are false/suspended at this monastery). I suggest though that this begs the question…it is more likely the levitation is in accord with natural laws if no explanation spiritual or material can be discerned as yet. And even then a natural explanation must always be preferred to a spiritual if evidence is inconclusive either way (Occam’s Razor).
That unknown law of nature is in act locally so you are not saying more than what I said.
Yes my unknown law, I submit, must act universally (yours doesnt) … in harmony with all lesser laws.
Yes I agree that apart from the beginings of a method to explain…my scientific approach explains no more than yours.
But then that is what I have been saying all along isnt it - “science cannot solve everything”
You seem to have forgotten that was the point of this discussion… “solve levitation!”
This has yet to be adequately explained by science (and religion for that matter) as far as I know.