It's a stupid question. They don't care. So what? It might be relevant, but one can drive a car without an automotive engineering degree or even understanding the basics of the internal combustion engine.
Q: Can you drive from New York to Boston?
A: Yes I can
Q: No unless you can explain how the car works, cars are fake.
There are medicines approved by the FDA for stress and depression that no one is really sure how they work. But they do work. However if we follow the dumb guys we say: The pills are fake.
The question is does it work, not how does it work. If it works, the how isn't necessary.
PS Everything is connected. The quantum physicists say so. That's how it works
PPS No serious astrologer thinks sun sign astrology is worth anything.
EDIT: "Not wanting to know how nature works goes against our instincts. ..."
Lack of comprehension. No one said it is wrong to want to know. I even said it was relevant (it is amazing what you miss). My point is that it is unnecessary to know how it works in order for it to work. You're reasoning from your conclusion, it doesn't work, to your conclusion, if you don't know how it works, it doesn't work. Then you dismiss applying this principle to other things because you know the principle has nothing to do with your conclusion. Logic and honesty are not your strong suits.
I'll give you a hint that you won't follow: concentrate on whether or not it does work instead of endlessly repeating mindless mantras and idiotic "gotcha" statements that have no basis in reality. Oh that's right, in order to know whether or not it works, you would need to know something about it. Lazy, too, huh? Never mind stick to irrelevant nonsense.