„Miracles may be, for anything we know to the contrary, phenomena of a higher order of God's laws, superior to, and, under certain conditions, controlling the inferior order known to us as the ordinary laws of nature.“

—  Чарльз Бэббидж, "Passages from the life of a philosopher", Appendix, p. 490
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