The entire thrust of the Scientific/Industrial/Technocratic Revolution has been an attempt to fully, definitively and permanently eliminate mystery from human existence. But the effort has not removed mystery; it has only been successful in removing humanity’s tolerance for it.
Mystery, by its very nature, is ineffable and unquantifiable. Yet it does exist, and persists despite materialistic attempts to reduce it to data points.
The uncomfortable truth is that consciousness and mystery are intimately entwined, and any attempt to eradicate the second destroys the first.