Spirituality is power. It's as simple as that.
Science is the illusion of power, and a double-edged sword, too often used to destroy, rather than create.
A spiritual adept has no need of science: it is a poor substitute for the real thing, which needs no hardware, no instruments, no infrastructure, no physical manifestation.
Try to imagine being everything, everywhere, always. Can science provide that?
Science is a way to harness what exists, and turn it to human purpose. Which is sometimes useful.
Spirituality is a way to make use of what exists, while allowing what exists to go on existing, as it was intended to exist.
I have a rabbit. It turned up, one day, out of the forest, and set up camp.
It is a very beautiful rabbit, and it eats my garden.
I could insist on keeping my garden as a garden, and eat the rabbit.
But I would rather enjoy experiencing the rabbit being a rabbit, than keep my garden as it was before the rabbit showed up.
The rabbit is very, very happy, and so am I. It comes indoors, when it wants, and chases the cats. And the raccoons.
The garden, meanwhile, undergoes a re-balancing, as it adapts to being partially eaten by the rabbit, while it gets fertilized with rabbit turds.
It is too soon to tell what the net result will be, but in the meantime, I gaze upon an evolving paradise that I did not manipulate to my own desires.
This brings me satisfaction, and depth of experience, and that, probably, is what spirituality is about.
The rabbit, I am sure, is as happy with this arrangement as I am.
It knows I am its friend.