It is now known that perpetual motion machines are scientifically impossible

It is now known that perpetual motion machines are scientifically impossible

It is now known that perpetual motion machines are scientifically impossible because of the Principle of Conservation of Energy. Now, suppose someone is able to create a perpetual motion machine. This would entail that a known law of nature has been violated. My question then is this: should that particular act be considered a miracle?

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