Anyway, I would enjoy any insight to the topic.
Welcome to FES! An excellent opening post, if I may say so - I hope you have many interesting and entertaining debates here.
In response to your post, it is a very seductive position of modern science (and, indeed, prior science and philosophy) to say that the Earth is 'nothing special' when the most obvious piece of evidence - ourselves - implies otherwise. The easy answers come from the anthropic principle, which you are clearly familiar with, but which leaves a somewhat unpleasant taste in the mouth of any rigorous inquiring mind. FET gets around this, of course, by saying that the Earth is special in that it seems to behave differently to other celestial bodies.
This causes problems with mainstream science, but is it not possible that the flat Earth is not, in fact, special, but is only one of many similarly accelerated bodies in the Universe? We haven't been looking for them and have not seen any direct evidence to support this, but there are unexplained phenomena in the Universe which could all be symptoms of the same cause. Could it be that bodies accelerated by the UA/DE are unable to directly observe each other? Could these bodies be responsible for the 'dark matter' in the Universe? These are interesting possibilities worthy of debate, but often get lost in a sea of trolling and incoherent attempts at derailment.
You seem to be the type to enjoy a rational, reasoned discussion, so I hope you may help us to get to the bottom of the mysteries still present in FET (and RET) without getting trolled too much