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Problems with large scale primordial magnetic fields

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I argue that post-inflationary primordial mechanisms (e.g. cosmological phase transitions) cannot lead to large scale coherent magnetic fields. I then show that also magnetic fields from inflation are severely constrained since they initiate large fluctuations in the geometry during the transition from inflation to the radiation era.

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