For my experience with the stack exchange network, this issue is quite unique to physics stack exchange (probably because my physics intuition is still not as good despite the undergrad courses I have taken in my uni result in errors and overlooking things):
Right now I am seeing the warning banner that I will be blocked from asking anymore questions due to a recent downvote in response to my recent edit to a (fortunately) now answered question which I suspect my recent edit (changing the title) make my question become "unreadable" to the down voter
From my records, since 2015, I have 3 questions (all being answered, either in the comments or as an actual answer, in the span of one month) in total:
the above (Answered in a discussion which I then summarise the results)
another pop science question that ask about dimensions due to a TEDxBoulder video (answered by a guy that pointed out my wrong premise and the correct meaning of dimensions in physics)
and a question that ask about an evolutionary mechanism that applies to the universe (answered by John Rennie in the comments who referred me to a book that talked about related ideas)
have either received down votes (-1 to -2) and/or closed by moderators (usually John Rennie, Kyle Kanos and David Z). Questions 2 and 3 were later deleted by the community due to how the SE system works
Put on hold as unclear what you're asking by (skipped)
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The issue that suffer from these 3 questions is that, the premise is either wrong or already found to be implicity violated some SE rules
(e.g. I am made aware that the multiverse is considered highly speculative to PSE (hence question closure attracting) only when question 3 was closed then deleted by SE, e.g. I don't know that the guy in that TEDxBoulder video that form my basis for question 2. is a crank and thus I should not have asked about the 'physics' of that video, which cause that question to be branded an "off topic" flag before being deleted by community)
thus even if they can be edited, they cannot be fixed because they are already broken from the start
Given obviously my level in physics is still not very steady, attempting to answer questions to prevent myself from getting question banned by PSE is not an option
Is there anything I can do about this scenario?
What should I do from now on, besides careful proofreading of my questions?
NB There's actually a 4th question which I suspect will be of this type in the pipeline (something to do with interpreting the second law as wavefunction degeneracy using De Broglie relations as a premise), which fortunately thanks to ACuriousMind help clarified question 1 thus shooting down the premise needed to ask that question 4, it is prevented from being asked. Otherwise I think I will be in deep trouble