This is my first time here on meta, so please bear with me if somehow the question is not adequate.
I've noticed an unhealthy influence of the time of the day a question is posed over its number of answers/views/votes, based on personal (i.e. subjective) observation.
If I pose a question when it is night on most of America and Western Europe, then it gets less attention. If I pose it a sunday night, that makes it even worse.
I don't think this is healthy and I don't know if the site has any way to circumvent this.
I believe this has already happened to me. Most recently, I believe this question Why isn't the perfect closure separable? which I posed last night, is way more interesting than the question I asked before on perfect closures, but it got a lot less attention...
UPDATE: I believe I have been misinterpreted. I see some answers and comments talking like I'm some lazy person who wants more attention at the expense of others bothering themselves to attend to my whims. This was not at all what I was meaning. Of course it's absurd to pretend people change their schedules in order to get to see all questions at all time. I thought there might be a way questions get lifted to the front page, either automatically or manually (by those with enough power).
I see some have read my use of the words "unhealthy" or "unfair" as a rant; that was not my point. I think we all agree that in a perfect situation, whether you live in the middle of the Pacific or in GMT wouldn't have an impact on the reach of your question. I was hoping maybe someone would come up with technical means to counter this issue.