Please correct if I’m wrong: the GAE hypothesis suggests that all life was produced by undirected (as in, not supernaturally caused) naturalistic means, with the exception of humans, who were a direct miraculous creation of God.
What are the implications of this for genetics? It would seem to me that, if this were true, we should see a marked difference between how genetics work for humans, compared to everything else. Let’s say you believe in Junk DNA, for example. Shouldn’t humans have much less of it compared to everything else? Shouldn’t the direct design of God look more streamlined and elegant than the product of millions of years of unguided naturalism?
Basically my question boils down to, is there any conclusion we can draw from GAE that would render the hypothesis falsifiable or testable?