A table surface is still only if one is not looking and even in this case it’s moving but at the time scale that’s beyond our immediate concern. However, when we look at the surface of the table, we realize its polysingularity through the continuous reactivation of visual neurons, which, in turn, synchronize with the neurons triggering sensorimotor activity that makes us continue looking. Therefore the stillness of the table’s surface is a result of ongoing interactions between various small parts, which fall in and out of sync to produce polysingularity of our watching the table’s surface. The intention is pure and it’s there through its insistence to maintain the point of view that it took from the very beginning.