The Nebular hypothesis is used by evolutionists to explain how the solar system formed. The Nebular hypothesis sees gravity forming gases and dust into everything in our solar system (except The Sun).
“According to this theory (Nebular Hypothesis), the Sun and all the planets of our Solar System began as a giant cloud of molecular gas and dust. Then, about 4.57 billion years ago, something happened that caused the cloud to collapse. This could have been the result of a passing star, or shock waves from a supernova, but the end result was a gravitational collapse at the center of the cloud..”Matt Williams, “How was the solar system formed? The Nebular Hypothesis” July 2016
Think about this. Molecules into dust particles, to pebbles, to boulders, to stars, to planets…truly amazing things that gravity can do! Really? Try rubbing some gravel in your hand to form bigger rocks. The idea that matter will coalesce together into increasing large body of matter is wishful thinking at best. Consider this process occurring in the absolute freezing cold of space.
If you are counting on gravitational fields to prove this theory you will fall way short, as gravity is known to be much too weak to form larger bodies from smaller matter.
The Nebular Hypothesis is nothing more than a fairy tale, but without it, evolution does not have the mechanism for… well, for everything that exists in the universe.