Mysteries are to be embraced, but also to be solved
Science amplifies the mysticism and wonder in the world. There are three kinds of mysteries: ones we understand, ones we're yet to understand, and the ones for which we have no rational explanation. Modern science itself was formed out of a desire to understand the mysticism in the world. The laws of nature now are logical, but as Jim Al-Khalili explains, it wasn't always this way, and there's a value in the enlightenment over ignorance that science promotes.