That’s sort of true. Some would argue that there are two different date at any given point in time, depending on what time zone you are in. In general Airtable works off of GMT time.
But this is getting away from the particular topic at hand.
Airtable considers a view to be a set of records with a particular filter and grouping that is independent of a user’s logged in session. The user can change the view’s filtering and grouping, but those changes affect everyone and everything.
Having a view that changes based on the logged in user makes sense from a user point of view, but doesn’t really work when you consider all the other things that a view is used for (e.g. page designer, charts, automations, etc.)