Scientists are advising that devices installed at Shakespeare’s Birthplace Trust as part of The United Nations Board Of Significant Inspiration project MUSE have the capacity to collect the intellectual property of individuals within a 1.6km radius of the site. Members of the Public are being urged to go online and register their intellectual property at or risk its default ownership by UNBOSI.

Project MUSE marks the culmination of significant worldwide research carried out by UNBOSI and their partner organisations. Recent breakthroughs have led to the significant discovery of the effect of a harmless, colorless, odorless, invisible substance which emanates from geological fissures at a number of locations on the earths surface. This substance which UNBOSI scientist have named MUSE (Micro-molecular Unseen Sensory Emanations) is most prevalent at sites where there is a strong relationship with literary genius.

As part of Project MUSE, UNBOSI scientists have installed a number of muse gathering devices (MGDS) at Shakespeare’s Birthplace Trust, Stratford Upon Avon, England. As muse is harmless, colorless, odorless, and invisible its presence can only be detected by the effect it has on the thoughts of human beings. MGDS at Shakespeare’s Birthplace Trust are measuring and collecting electromagnetic thought patterns of visitors to the site and all individuals within a 1.6km radius of the devices.

Already some significant moments of inspiration have come into the possession of UNBOSI emanating from members of the public. “These moments of inspiration are too significant not to be acted upon” a spokesperson announced “however we are allowing the owners of this intellectual property an opportunity to claim ownership of their inspirational ideas by going online and registering any moments of significant inspiration at

Using a combination of cctv footage and gps tracking UNBOSI hopes to reunite individuals with their intellectual property.