I feel like this question is at least partially based on some bias in what answers you notice...
What makes you think everyone is keen to answer questions based on equations instead of explanations?
One obvious example that comes to my mind is Marco Ocram, who gained over 5k reputation in less than 8 months, and specifically states in his profile "My special interest is explaining the ideas of physics without resorting to maths"; which is typically how he answered.
A second example (and why I felt this was pretty biased) is myself. I will frequently write answers with many equations, if it seems like that is what is required to answer the question; but typically I avoid it if it's not needed. On my answers, literally my 10 highest scored answers don't have any equations.
On the other side of things, some users would prefer to answer with equations, because that is how they like to explain it. I do not see this as problematic. Just like some users prefer to explain using equations, others would prefer to learn that way as well.
Context is also very important, sometimes it is more appropriate to use equations to illustrate a point, sometimes that is necessary in the question.
It seems like you are looking for more answers that include descriptions instead of math. That is perfectly fine. If you have those questions, you can ask them yourself, and make sure to point out that you aren't looking for equations.
If similar questions already exist, you may have to explain why your question is different, or put a bounty on the existing question asking for a non-math explanation.