I wish someone would break into my house while I'm streaming. Speaking as someone with 28" quadriceps, if dudes with guns are trying to get into your house there isn't much you can do to keep them out besides having your own. Once a criminal crosses the Rubicon(breaking into a home early in the morning with a gun, that's an ambush targeted at sleeping people who are still in the residence, the same as anyone would plan. Same way they killed Osama, same way SWAT would break into your house - she's really lucky the police got there.) you're just relying on police response time and the good nature of the criminals. Every time I come into my apartment I think about how easy it would be to kick in the door. Like, really easy.
On the topic of crime, steel doors, etc, I'd say the only thing that's common in most parts of America is common sense things, like not leaving valuables displayed openly in an unattended car. Even Compton and other more "dangerous" parts of LA aren't bad like people say.
Imagine being the criminals though like, planning the whole thing out and then getting caught because some woman inside was streaming DotA2. Just goes to show that no plan survives contact with the enemy.
You hear a loud crack from the bathroom window, but you're in arena, you tell yourself it's nothing and focus on the game 'Can you trap?' asks your warrior, but you can;t hear him, all you can hear is a shuffling and scraping of the window as it's pried open. You jolt up dropping your headset, and grabbing the steel baseball bat from the courner of your room.
Reading yourself, you tiptoe closer to the door, still the shuffling can be heard, you tighten your grip, and take a long deep breath.
The door slams open, and there he is, Ayrasaurus, standing there himself, Zae sliding in the window behind him, you both look puzzled for a moment, until you recognize the face, do you still swing?
When does morality begin, and when does it end? I think scientific awareness is a good replacement for morality. This is like, a cutting edge economical discussion in some scientific circles. I think it is possible to quantify the amount of good or bad you do with any action, roughly, and while this base of information obviously isn't scientific it still holds weight in the real world where physics hasn't carried us yet.
Before I digress any further, I simply mean to say that it still isn't possible to nail down particulars regarding time and place although space and gravity seem to be pretty well worked out, thanks to physics - the life sciences are obviously very successful, but the theoretical ones are equally important and I personally find economics to be the last great frontier of morality, which is the last great frontier of mankind.
You're not replacing morality with science. You're just replacing morality with another form of ethics: utilitarianism. That's nothing new: Bentham died almost two centuries ago. Morality isn't exactly a science. Please don't pull a Sam Harris.