Honestly, I don't know about the HAR1 gene. But I do know some other interesting facts:
First of all, I have a question for you, as well. How could the Earth randomly make itself? The answer:
It couldn't. The world, and everything in it, must have a divine Creator. Here's an example:
Bombardier Beetle -- This lowly creature defends itself in a very interesting manner; its body has two sacks of chemicals that explode when added together, but are benign when kept separately. Thus, the first capability is that this beetle has two separate sacks that keep the chemicals separate until the beetle needs the chemical to protect itself.
The second capability is that the beetle has an asbestos type lining in his "firebox" in which the chemicals are added. This "firebox" lining keeps the chemical explosion from destroying the body of the beetle when it explodes outward.
However, a third capability is needed to keep the explosion that occurs right outside the body of the beetle from blowing the beetle away when the stream of explosive chemical erupts out of the body. If the stream were continuous, the beetle would be blown away from the chemical coming out its body; however, the beetle pulsates his stream in tiny, continuous droplet pulsation. Thus, the stream of explosive material is not continuous, so the beetle is not killed by his own protective mechanism!
Three very complicated, but cooperating capabilities had to come together at once in this beetle.
Thus, the Bombardier Beetle by itself utterly disproves Evolution.
Thank you for your time.