I plan to write a medical crime story take place on an asteroid colony. The place has been quarantined due to an epidemic caused by an extremophile bacteria. They genengineered such things on Mars, in order to create biogenic material with minimal care outside the lead-glass covered cities. I wonder, whether my following lines sounds realistic? (Said by ship doctor, who fled from Mars) "It is quite possible, that i know more about epidemics than those professors. There were barely any sickness caused by bacteria or virus in the asteroid belt, due to strict medical examinations and sterilization processes when trade with Earth. But Mars feared epidemics, since it became a tourist attraction, and also a new breed of contagion appeared. They dont know, whether someone created it, or emerged spontaneously after the size of artificial biosphere reached a certain size." "Strange, that an extremophile could have mutated so fast, if it is meant to withstand standard amount of decontamination radiation, its DNA should be very resistant to mutation." "Maybe we should fight fire with fire, use another martian bacteria to destroy it, they dont attack human bodies." "Martians are so proud of their encryption method, based on hieroglyphs and image processing. In fact, someone who knows how to deal with it, could crack their average system within a week. I can fake myself to be a reknowned martian professor of epidemology."