\nA simple way to trivially satisfy precision-electro weak and flavor constraints in composite Higgs models is to require a large global symmetry breaking scale\, f > 10 TeV. This leads to a tun ing of order 10^-4 to obtain the observed Higgs mass\, but gives rise to a 'split' spectrum where the strong-sector resonances with masses g reater than 10 TeV are separated from the pseudo Nambu-Goldstone boson s\, which remain near the electroweak scale. To preserve gauge-couplin g unification (due to a composite top quark)\, the symmetry breaking s cale satisfies an upper bound f < 100-1000 TeV\, which implies that th e resonances are not arbitrarily heavy and may be accessible at future colliders. Furthermore\, by identifying dark matter with a pseudo Nam bu-Goldstone boson\, the smallest coset space containing a stable\, sc alar singlet and an unbroken SU(5) symmetry is SU(7) / SU(6) x U(1). I nterestingly\, this coset space also contains a metastable color-tripl et pseudo Nambu-Goldstone boson that can decay via a displaced vertex when produced at colliders\, leading to a distinctive signal of unnatu ralness. URL:https://www.physics.wisc.edu/events/?id=3881 END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR