<< You mentioned that Behe had published his data. What journals?
In the mean time look at the following and let me know what they got wrong
I found one at the ARN site
Histone deletion mutants challenge the molecular clock hypothesis
Michael J. Behe, "Histone deletion mutants challenge the molecular
clock hypothesis," Trends in Biochemical Science 15: 374-376, October 1990.
Did he publish his irreducible complexity hypothesis somewhere? >>
***** As if Behe were the first to 'challenge' the molecular clock
hypothesis. Most competent molecular biologists know that molecular clocks
are stochastic in nature and that rates of mutation are not uniform. The
concept of a 'global' clock -i.e., one which has a steady and constant
mutation rate across both history and organisms, is all but gone.
Still no 'evidence' for Intelligent Design.