Are there proposed observations using gravitational waves which put a bound on the size of large extra dimensions (say in the context of ADD model)? The claim in the ADD paper is that you cannot gravitationally detect large extra dimensions if they are of the order $0.1$ mm or less. In such a case, can the effect of these extra dimensions (say more polarizations/flux leaking into extra dimensions etc.) be observed using the present-day LIGO (or using its upcoming cousins in near future) to set a bound on the size of the dimensions?

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    $\begingroup$ look at this where the limit for a specific model is given in microns arxiv.org/abs/1608.06964 $\endgroup$ – anna v Dec 31 '18 at 9:01

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