I am currently not allowed to ask any questions in Physics SE. It is displayed on the ask page that I've reached my question limit. And a link is also displayed to a help centre page, from where I get to learn that my account has been blocked from asking questions as a few of my previous questions were not well received.
My question is, did I ask questions knowing that they will not be well received? How can anyone know whether the question he or she has will be well received? I can recall a few questions (like Why does Newton's Third Law actually work?) which received a huge number of up votes, but was later closed. If you see, an answer to this question has 143 votes, while the question itself has 74. Did the user know that he will receive such a huge number of votes? I find the question quite foolish, so I flagged it the moment I saw it.
Now, there are moderators and flagging processes that help keep off low quality posts or off topic questions from the SE sites, keeping them pure to the greatest extent possible. If such filtrations are already there, then why block an user from asking questions? What is the guarantee that after I be allowed to ask questions after 6 months, the question that I'll ask will be well received? Perhaps the question is important to me, but it's actually foolish in reality. How am I supposed to know what others think about my question?
It is not that I'm frustrated at it being able to ask any question, but please consider this. None of my questions were marked abusive or spam, so should I, or for that fact, any user be blocked just for asking low quality or off topic questions? If so, then perhaps I've to ask my questions to some astrologer first and seek advise on whether the question will be received well. This is not a correct and fair way a site should function.
I want a definite answer from Stack Exchange Community that whether they feel blocking users from asking questions will reduce the number of low quality posts. In that case, all new users should be blocked for at least a month, because they don't know rules of sites and ask the most off topic questions.