It's virtually impossible to answer the question since each example will probably have a different reason for having a high view to post ratio.
Might remember to make the topic TITLE something that catches the eye. You might have a great inquiry. But if it it entitled, "Need Assistance" - you'll wait for eons to get answers. Make the title specific, and you might get better responses.
I couldn't agree more with this. It's hugely irritating to see a post with a subject like "Question" or "What's the word on..." or something similarly nondescriptive and useless. If the poster can't be bothered to use a detailed subject/title, then why should I bother looking at it? There's certainly other posts I've seen that had a perfectly descriptive subject/title that had lots of views and little posts, and I agree with most of the others have said for possible explanations.
And UML has a very good point about the overt bashing. I'm active on four different radio oriented forums (and probably 8 - 10 others that have nothing to do with radio) and I have *never* seen the level of bashing that I routinely see on eham.net. I sure hope those people don't behave on the air like the sarcastic 12 year old jackwagons that they act like here.