Sometimes people say that economics and (other) social sciences are not real sciences. It is argued that this vision is wrong. The scientific method is critical as to how problems should be organized in order to let it make sense. But the real (economic, social and educational) world does not always offer us features and challenges that can be measured and counted by the far developed scientific means. The more uncertainty, the more the need for knowledge, the easier the discrepancy between the studied phenomenon and the measured aspects thereof. It is concluded that education and creativity are needed, even more than ever before!