Experimental extra dimensions has rapidly evolved from a
speculative possibility to a major component of physics research
beyond the Standard Model. If we want to get serious about extra
dimensions, we need to develop a comprehensive long-range experimental
program, with experimental goals and milestones, tied to concrete
theoretical models and benchmarks, with realistic analysis tools. In
other words, do for extra dimensions what we did for supersymmetry. I
will attempt to disentangle the current status, and outline what needs
to be done.
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