I'm definitely going to sound rude to the experts who are actually trying to help solve problems here and I'm really sorry if you feel like I'm being disrespectful but the question is definitely not going to be aimed at you. I was looking through physics Stack Exchange and this is what I found
First off id like to say this was in the hot section and has a ton of replies and arguments Without A SINGLE REPLY FROM OP.
A week ago I posted a question in Maths Stack Exchange with a title that explained the question entirely. I couldn't write anything in the question body that could probably have any impact on highlighting my problem and would probably waste everyone's time.
The experts declined to give me any sort of help. Instead proceeded to downvote it (what basically was answered in one single equation by another expert who wanted to help instead of proving that the question violated the Stack Exchange terms) and the question was held off topic and removed because of the downvotes (5-6) but while it was up, one of the experts commented, (I won't mention names but this question might get taken down nonetheless) "Did anyone notice that the question body has nothing written and what's there is absolutely useless and is definitely a bait to get you to answer."
I was totally fine with this because I myself found out that I was violating the site's standards but it wasn't a troll bait. The screenshot above is what actually is troll bait material .
I'm not going to waste your time on telling you people 'how' that question in the screenshot is troll bait material you're all smart enough for that, instead I want to ask this
Why are the experts more focused on finding flaws in your question format and downvoting based on things that don't matter while they should be helping?
My latest question had 5 downvotes for the reason that it was "too broad" while it was just some questions based on a single topic confusion which itself was really simple. When the question body is short the experts downvote it with the reason that it lacks efforts. I had one line doubts and confusions that were denied as "homework questions".
Instead you answer questions like that in the screenshot? It's almost like you visit a question with an intention to downvote it while you actually should be trying to help. Why do I feel like your main objecting before visiting a question is to show other experts how well you know the site's terms instead of helping them?