That got me thinking about the actual chances. Not precise but in general. The chance of one very unlikely event is by definition then very unlikely. For example flipping a coin and it lands on its edge rather than head or tail. However, there are also many of these events that we could consider as near impossible. So, although getting a specific 'miracle' is unlikely, getting at least one is not so unlikely.

If we say that a 'miracle' is something that happens only with a chance of 1 in 10^9, but also concede that we can think of 10^9 possible events that would classify as a 'miracle', using the binomial distribution we would still have a 26% chance of at least one miracle happening.

Is my reasoning flawed somewhere, and if not is this a 'thing' as in does this have a name or something?