it's a toshiba t3200 what he needs! no uefi and enough RF interference from the plasma display to tempest all his (and his neighbor's) RF emissions
do you know when the surge of thoughts are coming? if yes, there are two possibilities: (1.) your co-workers are agreeable or open-minded people... or not. if they are, you can call them for a break (no pun intended) and share your thoughts. maybe they'll have feedback, they'll be inspired or just plain amused. don't be offended if they do. humor is one of the best - and complex - responses a human being can give. if they are TOO curious, tell them to read some Jung or R.D. Laing, hehe. (2.) your co-workers are rabbits who get scared easily, are overly conscientious about their work ("don't bother me! i have to finish this!") or just haven't seen enough of the world to have enough data points in their equation... well, there is nothing you can do then, if you feel it coming, grab your voice recorder (or not lol) and head out for a walk in the parking lot, or somewhere nice. or just do what you usually do - and ask them afterwards how bothered they were on a scale 1 to 5. if they say 3 or more, next time head out to a less populated place
(ELSE) otherwise, it's important to understand that even if you DON'T see it coming, they may eventually get used to it. you didn't mention how frequent your "inspirations" are. if it's 2 times a day or like 5 minutes every 3 hours, it should be tolerable (and a welcome break). if it's 5 minutes every half an hour... well... ask your boss hehe.
(IN ANY CASE) it's also possible (almost probable) that you will find one or more people who will genuinely like you, even if you won't last long at that workplace. you are not the only one who needs human contact and a good face-to-face conversation over a coffee or herbal tea
(PARAGRAPH) maybe your therapist can give you some more advice.
(PARAGRAPH) my advice is not professional/medical advice and should not be taken like that. also, slashdot kills my paragraphs, at least in the preview. that explains the obscure "tags". this is my 1st slashdot comment, have mercy