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A stay in hospital results in a horrifying diagnosis. Stephen returns to Cambridge where the new term has started without him. He rejects the help of his supervisor Dennis Sciama and sinks into a depression. The prevailing theory in cosmology at the time is Steady State , which argues that the universe had no beginning — it has always existed, and always will — and Steady State is dominated by Professor Fred Hoyle , a plain-speaking Yorkshireman , and one of the first science TV pundits.

Stephen gets an early glimpse of a paper by Hoyle that is to be presented at a Royal Society lecture. He works through the calculations, identifies a mistake, and publicly confronts Hoyle after the great man has finished speaking.

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The row causes a stir in the department but, more importantly, it seems to give Stephen the confidence to get started on his own work. At almost the same time Stephen is introduced to a new way of thinking about his subject by another physicist, Roger Penrose.

Topology is an approach that uses concepts of shape rather than equations to think about the nature of the universe, and this proves to be the perfect tool for Stephen, who is starting to find it very difficult to write.

When a star comes to the end of its life, it begins to collapse in on itself. His calculations suggest something extraordinary. The collapse of the dying star appears to continue indefinitely, until the star is infinitely dense, forming a black hole in space. And at the heart of this black hole, Penrose shows, is something scientists call a singularity. It is this which leads Stephen to his PhD subject. He has always had a niggling scepticism about Steady State Theory, and now he can begin to see a way of explaining the revolutionary and highly controversial idea that the universe might have had a beginning.

Sciama is sceptical but supportive — glad to see his student fired up and ready to work. But he now has a focus for his energies and, with the support of Jane, enters a new phase.

He also commits to his relationship with her, asking her to marry him and in doing so exhibiting a defiant determination to survive. With remarkable insight — a real Eureka moment — he asks himself: Instead of something collapsing into nothingness, what if nothingness exploded into something?

And what if you applied this not to a star but to the whole universe?

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At last, Stephen enters a period of feverish academic work. In theory, at least, the big bang could have happened. Two years after his initial diagnosis, Stephen is not only still very much alive, but has played a part in a great scientific breakthrough which revolutionises the way we think about the universe.

Today, the scientific consensus is that the universe started with a big bang: A secondary, interwoven storyline follows a different but connected scientific quest.

Unknown to Hawking, just as he was being diagnosed in , two American scientists were embarking on their own scientific mission. They are being interviewed about their discovery on the eve of receiving the Nobel Prize for Physics.

They describe how, in the hills above New Jersey, they scanned the skies with a radio-telescope , and began to pick up a strange radio signal from space. In time, the two scientists came to realise that they had detected the left-over heat of the first, ancient explosion that had created the universe. They had found the physical proof of the big bang.