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Peter Smith
Peter Smith may refer to: Peter Smith (oboist), oboist with the Philadelphia Orchestra Peter Smith (painter) (born 1967), contemporary British painter

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Contents
  • 1 Arts and entertainment
  • 2 Politicians
  • 3 Sports
  • 4 Scientists and engineers
  • 5 Other
  • 6 See also
Arts and entertainment
  • Peter Smith (oboist), oboist with the Philadelphia Orchestra
  • Peter Smith (painter) (born 1967), contemporary British painter
  • Peter C. Smith (born 1940), author of aeronautical, naval and military history books
  • Peter Moore Smith, American writer
  • Peter Purves Smith (1912–1949), Australian artist
  • Peter Smith, member of the British boyband Phixx
Politicians
  • Peter Smith (Canadian politician) (1877–1934), Canadian politician involved in the Ontario Bond Scandal
  • Peter Smith (diplomat) (born 1942), Governor of the Cayman Islands, 1999–2002
  • Peter Smith, Baron Smith of Leigh (born 1945), leader of Wigan council and member of the House of Lords
  • Peter J. Smith (Wisconsin) (1867–1947), Wisconsin State Senator
  • Peter Plympton Smith (born 1945), lieutenant-governor and congressman from Vermont, president of California State University, Monterey Bay
Sports
  • Peter Smith (Australian cricketer) (born 1968), Australian cricketer
  • Peter Smith (English cricketer, born 1908) (1908–1967), English cricketer
  • Peter Smith (English cricketer, born 1934), English former cricketer
  • Peter Smith (English cricketer, born 1944), former English cricketer
  • Peter Smith (curler) (born 1964), Scottish curler
  • Peter Smith (Australian footballer, born 1960), Australian rules footballer at North Melbourne and Brisbane
  • Peter Smith (English footballer, born 1935), English footballer (Gillingham)
  • Peter Smith (English footballer, born 1969), English footballer (Brighton & Hove Albion)
  • Peter Smith (English footballer, born 1980), English footballer (Exeter City)
  • Peter Smith (Scottish footballer) (born 1937), Scottish footballer
  • Peter Smith (Welsh footballer) (born 1978), retired Welsh professional footballer
  • Peter Smith (ice hockey), current head coach of the Canadian national women's hockey team
  • Peter Smith (rugby league) (born 1955), rugby league international for Great Britain and England
  • Peter Smith (rugby union) (1924–1954), New Zealand rugby player
  • Peter V. Smith (born 1947), Australian rules footballer and son of Norm Smith
Scientists and engineers
  • Peter Smith (scientist), American physicist, principal investigator for the Phoenix spacecraft Mars mission
  • Peter K. Smith (born 1943), British professor of psychology
  • Peter Smith (biologist), professor at the University of Aberdeen
  • Peter Smith (epidemiologist) (born 1942), professor of tropical epidemiology
Other
  • Peter Smith (bishop) (born 1943), Roman Catholic Archbishop of Southwark (formerly the Archbishop of Cardiff)
  • Peter Smith (businessman) (born 1946), English businessman, currently Chairman of estate agents Savills
  • Peter Smith (historian), British historian specializing in Bahá'í studies
  • Peter Smith (judge) (born 1952), judge of the High Court of England and Wales
  • Peter Smith (trade unionist) (1940–2006), general secretary of the British trade union, the Association of Teachers and Lecturers
  • Peter H. Smith (born 1940), former president of the Latin American Studies Association
  • Peter J. Smith, current United States Attorney for the United States District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania
  • Peter Leslie Smith (born 1958), South African-born American Catholic bishop
  • Peter W. Smith (1936–2017), American investment banker and Republican activist
  • Peter J. Smith (attorney), American attorney
See also
  • Pete Smith (disambiguation)
  • Peter Smyth (disambiguation)
  • Peter Smythe (disambiguation)
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Free Range Learning in the Digital Age: The Emerging Revolution in College, Career, and Education
Free Range Learning in the Digital Age: The Emerging Revolution in College, Career, and Education
With the emergence of the digital revolution, traditional educational assumptions and programs are being significantly disrupted. Historically, educational practices that attempted to bridge the gap between adults’ lives, college, and work were marginalized because our society was information-poor and they defied the dominant academic traditions. Now, the tables are turned. In our information-rich, digitized society, new technologies and data analytics are defining learning opportunities that were previously unimaginable. Free-Range Learning In the Digital Age: Your Path to Success in Life, Career, and College will define this new learning space and give the reader the awareness, knowledge, and tools to use it.

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Other Minds: The Octopus, the Sea, and the Deep Origins of Consciousness
Other Minds: The Octopus, the Sea, and the Deep Origins of Consciousness
Named a Top Ten Science Book of Fall 2016 by Publishers WeeklyAlthough mammals and birds are widely regarded as the smartest creatures on earth, it has lately become clear that a very distant branch of the tree of life has also sprouted higher intelligence: the cephalopods, consisting of the squid, the cuttlefish, and above all the octopus. In captivity, octopuses have been known to identify individual human keepers, raid neighboring tanks for food, turn off lightbulbs by spouting jets of water, plug drains, and make daring escapes. How is it that a creature with such gifts evolved through an evolutionary lineage so radically distant from our own? What does it mean that evolution built minds not once but at least twice? The octopus is the closest we will come to meeting an intelligent alien. What can we learn from the encounter? In Other Minds, Peter Godfrey-Smith, a distinguished philosopher of science and a skilled scuba diver, tells a bold new story of how subjective experience crept into being―how nature became aware of itself. As Godfrey-Smith stresses, it is a story that largely occurs in the ocean, where animals first appeared. Tracking the mind’s fitful development, Godfrey-Smith shows how unruly clumps of seaborne cells began living together and became capable of sensing, acting, and signaling. As these primitive organisms became more entangled with others, they grew more complicated. The first nervous systems evolved, probably in ancient relatives of jellyfish; later on, the cephalopods, which began as inconspicuous mollusks, abandoned their shells and rose above the ocean floor, searching for prey and acquiring the greater intelligence needed to do so. Taking an independent route, mammals and birds later began their own evolutionary journeys. But what kind of intelligence do cephalopods possess? Drawing on the latest scientific research and his own scuba-diving adventures, Godfrey-Smith probes the many mysteries that surround the lineage. How did the octopus, a solitary creature with little social life, become so smart? What is it like to have eight tentacles that are so packed with neurons that they virtually “think for themselves”? What happens when some octopuses abandon their hermit-like ways and congregate, as they do in a unique location off the coast of Australia?By tracing the question of inner life back to its roots and comparing human beings with our most remarkable animal relatives, Godfrey-Smith casts crucial new light on the octopus mind―and on our own.

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Quantum Consciousness: Journey Through Other Realms
Quantum Consciousness: Journey Through Other Realms
Increase Your Conscious Awareness and Discover Alternate Realities Using Quantum Physics Deepen your understanding of quantum physics and expanded states of awareness with Quantum Consciousness, an enlightening guide that helps you pull science and spirituality closer together. This fascinating book invites you to tour alternate realities, parallel lives, interdimensional consciousness, the eternal state, and even the very fabric of the universe. Specially emphasized are four aspects of quantum consciousness: the creator effect, intanglement, everywhereness, and holographic healing. You'll also find a detailed exploration of the various realms of consciousness, including stored consciousness, alternate consciousness, parallel consciousness, and interdimensional consciousness. Peter Smith, former president of the Newton Institute, guides you on a journey of life-changing discoveries, encouraging you to tap into the human form's amazing potential. With Quantum Consciousness, you can move past your current mindset's limitations and awaken to a greater purpose for yourself and for all humanity. Praise: "Smith's book heralds this time as an era of awakening for humanity...He paints a dizzyingly beautiful picture of what the world might look like once it has evolved to its full potential."—ForeWord Reviews

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A Private Investigation: A DC Smith Investigation
A Private Investigation: A DC Smith Investigation
When fourteen-year-old Zoe Johnson doesn’t come home on a Monday night in early December, the alarm bells in Kings Lake Central police station do not ring straight away – after all, she’s from the Dockmills, one of the toughest estates in the town. But for Detective Sergeant DC Smith, due to retire in just three weeks’ time, there are some strange echoes of the case that has haunted him for the past thirteen years. Maybe it’s simply his over-developed sense of irony, or maybe, in his final days as a police officer, Smith must look once more into the eyes of a serial killer.

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Time and Tide: A DC Smith Investigation
Time and Tide: A DC Smith Investigation
Change is afoot at Kings Lake Central police station. A most unexpected new detective inspector takes up his post this Monday morning, and the oldest detective in the place takes a momentous decision. Around them, other officers are considering their own situations, and even the building itself seems to be facing an uncertain future. But life and death go on, nevertheless, and by lunchtime someone will make a grim discovery on the Norfolk saltmarshes. A stranger seems to have suffered a slow and agonising death out there. As the team from Kings Lake uncover his story, they reveal another, much older one with its origins far back in the previous century. In the tide that governs the affairs of men, it seems, love and loss, betrayal and revenge are timeless themes. Readers of Colin Dexter, P D James and Ruth Rendell have all found much to enjoy in DC Smith's previous investigations.

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The Rags of Time: A DC Smith Investigation
The Rags of Time: A DC Smith Investigation
Mark Randall lay dead in a field near Lowacre long before Smith had done what he had to do in Belfast. By the time he went back to work, the investigation was well underway. “It’s not my case” he says more than once, and he really doesn’t need it to be; he has enough to think about as it is. But going around the Norfolk countryside dotting the i’s and crossing the t’s, speaking to the local farmers and the Brothers of St Francis from Abbeyfields, Smith begins to suspect that the investigation might be heading in entirely the wrong direction. Arrests are made, charges are brought and Christopher Waters asks Smith if he has ever seen the wrong man convicted in a murder case. The answer is yes, and the next question is, what can be done to prevent it happening again?

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In This Bright Future: A DC Smith Investigation
In This Bright Future: A DC Smith Investigation
Two weeks of rest and recuperation – that’s what the doctor ordered. Detective Sergeant DC Smith could listen to some music, make some of his own and maybe even catch up on his reading; he is almost looking forward to it. And then there is a knock on the door. It’s only his next-door neighbour but it is the beginning of a sequence of events that will bring him face to face with some of the darkest episodes and the most dangerous people from his own past. This is Smith’s fifth investigation but this time it’s personal.

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An Accidental Death: A DC Smith Investigation
An Accidental Death: A DC Smith Investigation
An Accidental Death: A DC Smith InvestigationThe story opens with the apparently accidental drowning of a British sixth form student in the Norfolk countryside. As a matter of routine, or so it seems, the case passes across the desk of Detective Sergeant Smith, recently returned to work after an internal investigation into another case that has led to tensions between officers at Kings Lake police headquarters.As an ex-Detective Chief Inspector, Smith could have retired by now, and it is clear that some of his superiors wish that he would do so. The latest trainee detective to work with him is the son of a member of his former team, and together they begin to unravel the truth about what happened to Wayne Fletcher.As the investigation proceeds, it becomes clear that others are involved - some seem determined to prevent it, some seem to be taking too much interest. In the end Smith operates alone, having stepped too far outside standard procedures to ask for support. He knows that his own life might be at risk but he has not calculated on the life of his young assistant also being put in danger.Perfect for fans of Colin Dexter, Ruth Rendell, P D James, R D Wingfield or even John le Carre.DC Smith Investigation Series;Book 1: An Accidental Death: A DC Smith InvestigationBook 2: But for the Grace: A DC Smith InvestigationBook 3: Luck and Judgement: A DC Smith InvestigationBook 4: Persons of Interest: A DC Smith InvestigationBook 5: In This Bright Future: A DC Smith InvestigationBook 6: The Rags of Time: A DC Smith InvestigationWhat readers are saying -"Really enjoyed this book. A police procedural with its own twist and a detective with a different way than others I have read in this very full market. As a first book I doubt it could be faulted.""This first story is much deeper than it first appears and had me gripped from the very start to the extremely satisfying ending. There isn't a lot of blood and gore, the language never strays into the offensive tirades that have become all too common in crime books these days and all in all it is, for me in the same league as Morse and Lyndley et al and that's a jolly good league to be in I think.""As an American fan of British mysteries, I was delighted to find a new voice who deserves attention for creating a character who is warm, funny and endearingly human.""I absolutely loved this book. It has everything a British mystery should have: great characters and an interesting police case. It definitely makes me want to read the rest of his books. A new favorite author!""I was introduced to this series by a friend who is a great Anglophile. His recommendation was that it was his favorite British detective series. The first book, An Accidental Death, is a great read and I have now downloaded the whole series."

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Persons of Interest: A DC Smith Investigation
Persons of Interest: A DC Smith Investigation
Persons of Interest: A DC Smith InvestigationIn the peace and tranquillity of the woods at Pinehills on a Saturday afternoon, a mobile phone begins to ring. The phone belongs to DC Smith and it isn’t unusual that the call is from Kings Lake Central police station; what is unusual is the fact that he seems to be the subject of an investigation rather than taking part in one. What can the links be between a prisoner’s violent death in another county, the disappearance of two teenagers and the highest profile case in Kings Lake for many years? As Smith and his team begin to untangle the threads, one thing becomes clear – they are dealing with some of the most dangerous people that they have yet encountered.This, the fourth DC Smith investigation, follows on from 'Luck and Judgement'.Perfect for fans of Colin Dexter, Ruth Rendell, P D James, R D Wingfield or even John le Carre.DC Smith Investigation Series;Book 1: An Accidental Death: A DC Smith InvestigationBook 2: But for the Grace: A DC Smith InvestigationBook 3: Luck and Judgement: A DC Smith InvestigationBook 4: Persons of Interest: A DC Smith InvestigationBook 5: In This Bright Future: A DC Smith InvestigationBook 6: The Rags of Time: A DC Smith InvestigationWhat readers are saying -"Mr Grainger is fast becoming one of my favourite authors as his series goes from strength to strength. Persons Of Interest is another excellent police procedural which starts with the murder of a prisoner, Lucky Everett, for no apparent reason.""It is quite unusual to find an author who writes a series which gets better as it goes on, but Peter has achieved this. Having really enjoyed the first three books in this series I consider this to be the best of the lot. Well researched and written, a gripping, interesting story with believable characters.""A highly entertaining murder mystery, spliced with kidnapping and the import of illegal drugs. D.C. Smith is a delightful character, experienced, intelligent, intuitive and never afraid to follow his own instincts. A very good read""This writer gets better with every book. I would put him now in the premier league of police procedural writers, with such as Rankin, Macbride, Harvey, Billingham James et al. I am thankful that the Kindle revolution has encouraged so many self publishers ."

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But For The Grace: A DC Smith Investigation
But For The Grace: A DC Smith Investigation
But For the Grace: A DC Smith Investigation"We are living in the departure lounge," said Ralph Greenwood, "and flights leave with monotonous regularity." So when another resident of the Rosemary House care home is found dead in her chair one Saturday evening in December, no-one is very surprised – not until the results of a routine post-mortem reveal something extraordinary.Police Sergeant DC Smith and his team have to tread carefully as they investigate what took place, and Smith himself has to confront some difficult memories. Others, meanwhile, seem intent on getting him to leave the force altogether, while, despite his best efforts, his social life also becomes a little more complicated.To top it all, Kings Lake has been waiting weeks for the snow to fall, in a winter that seems as if it will never end...This, the second DC Smith investigation, follows on from 'An Accidental Death'.Perfect for fans of Colin Dexter, Ruth Rendell, P D James, R D Wingfield or even John le Carre.DC Smith Investigation Series;Book 1: An Accidental Death: A DC Smith InvestigationBook 2: But for the Grace: A DC Smith InvestigationBook 3: Luck and Judgement: A DC Smith InvestigationBook 4: Persons of Interest: A DC Smith InvestigationBook 5: In This Bright Future: A DC Smith InvestigationBook 6: The Rags of Time: A DC Smith InvestigationWhat readers are saying -"The first book in this series, An Accidental Death was thoroughly enjoyable, and this second installment is even better.""I downloaded the first DC Smith because it was a bargain and I like British procedural mysteries. What a find! DC Smith is an intelligent, interesting character and the plots are relevant and not predictable, but perhaps the most unexpected plus in the series is the subtle humor laced throughout."The detective is thoughtful but not dismal--he is bright, knowledgeable and funny. The characters are well written and likable for the most part--those you can't like are still well-rounded individuals. The author shows a respect for people of both sexes and a sly wit that skewers pretensions. I will follow this author. Well done!""Most enjoyable and entertaining Detective series. My second in the series I found browsing the genre on my kindle. I really enjoy British DCI stories. Writing is very good and engaging and Smith is very sharp and witty. Highly recommend."

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