Evolutionists have discussed a wide variety of mechanisms to produce the biological change their theory requires. Horizontal gene transfer, cell fusions, directed mutations and domain shuffling are some of the more exotic mechanisms to go along with the more traditional mechanisms such as genetic mutations. But these mechanisms were not available in that warm little pond (or deep sea vent, or comet hurtling toward earth, or ...) where evolution got its start. The very mechanisms of evolution had to have, at some point, evolved. You can read more about this here and here. We now hear evolutionists speaking of "the evolution of evolvability," and "preprogrammed evolution." Simply put, evolution had to have created evolution. Does this make sense?
Evolutionists see no problem with their idea that evolution creates evolution. As one evolutionist rhetorically explained, "Does fire create fire?" Indeed, fire certainly does create fire. Does this resolve the problem that evolution must have created evolution?