This article analyses the initial three plagues through the eyes
of various Torah commentaries and synthesizes scientific explanations
within the discussions. The approach, noted by
Rav E. Munk , is as follows: “In the miracles recorded in
the Torah, the supernatural is often interwoven with the natural and
the plagues may be defined as miraculously intensified forms of the
diseases and other natural occurrences encountered in Egypt.” Rav E.
Dessler  explained that there is no essential difference between
the natural and the miraculous. We term an act as a miracle when
HaShem causes a novel occurrence, unfamiliar to us. Everyday natural
events, those governed by the so-called laws of nature, are also
miracles, but their common occurrence and recognizable patterns dilute
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*This is constructed from limited available data and may be imprecise.