and why is only science reproducible enough to be demonstrated to others at will?
The books Harry Potter and the TV series The Librarian opened my curiosity to the 3rd major branch of social phenomenon known as magic
So we basically knew there are (at least) 3 major branches of social phenomenon and worldviews known as
Science: Using inductive reasoning, logic and reproducible phenomenon from experiments, formulate a model or conceptual framework that can account for these results and even predict them in advance
Religion: There exists at least one supernatural entity who can create improbable events (miracles) at will and does not need to follow any established nature laws. This entity is referred to a god and can be communicated with. Religion also heavily discuss about the purpose, rather than how things happen.
Magic: I am not very sure about this one because it is quite diverse (with esoterics being the largest branch). However the common concepts are the development of the self via/or utilisation of supernatural forces in order to result in some effect.
It has been noted that science and magic are quite similar in that they rely on some systematic conceptual framework and that it can be used to achieve an effect (technology in the case of science). It is also said historically the branch of thinking science might be stemmed from astrological and achemical practices as well other things related to magic.
Magic and religion are also similar in that they involve the supernatural, and
science and religion also have overlaps in their methods in that they both involve interpretation of data (experience and historical accounts in religion; experimental data in science), reflection on the phenomenon, creative imagination and both have the ultimate gola of understanding something better (the gods or purpose in religion; the rules that govern the unvierse in science), and science developement are often known to be influenced by the religious beliefs within a culture.
Since the 3 views have very similar methodology and process as each other
Q1. Why is only science reproducible enough that most people would not doubt about its existence, while there are nonbelievers in both religion and magic?
Q2. Why only religion and science became widespread enough in modern 21 century that can influence a majority of cultural phenomenon (and most people are aware of their impacts) , but magic still remains relatively localised and unknown (often experienced only via rituals, shops that sell esoteric things like crystals, talismen, in folklore)?