It is proposed that currently existing constraints on nuclear development tend towards social, political, and economic issues. It is further proposed that such constraints, though not specifically or directly identified, exert greater control over the development of peaceful uses of nuclear energy than existing technical constraints. Through the evaluation of these constraints the development of a proposed underground nuclear park in a remote location is proposed as a viable response to these constraints and demonstrates the potential of fast reactors as a major source of base load electrical power.

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