I will try to explain the equation. I start with a universe that is spherical that is made of spheres. Lets say we have a sphere that has radius of 10 spheres, if we try to pack an eleventh layer to make the radius 11, then we introduce defects since packing around a sphere cannot be perfect. The amount of defects from the 10th to the 11th layer is 4pi*(11^2-10^2) if one adds up all those defects created in a sphere, when packing shells of spheres, the total amount of defects adds up to 4pi(r^2+r) which is the outside radius. This is very similar to the holographic principle. The calculation is very simple and I describe it here.

http://vixra.org/pdf/1601.0103v1.pdf . Now I don't believe that the universe is packed with hollow spheres, I believe that the defects congregate and that is what forms matter in the universe, and the areas that we consider to be the vacuum are virtually perfectly packed in a cuboctahedron structure. But I do believe that the defects were caused by gravity always trying to pull everything into a spherical form. In our universe there are approximately 10^81 matter particles, so perfection is actually the rule because there would be 10^122 perfectly packed spheres, and 10^81 imperfectly packed spheres.

Now in a spinning universe, spinning on 3 axes, every point, equidistant from the center would be moving at the same velocity. All I did with the equation, was add up the imperfections at each layer, and multiplied it by the Lorentz factor for how far that layer was from the center. So if a layer was 50 percent from the center of my universe to the edge of my universe, the Lorentz factor would be

If half way was between the 10th and 11th layer, then that Lorentz factor would be multiplied time 4pi*(11^2-10^2). I added up all the layers to find out that the due to the Lorentz factor even if the total defects ended up being a number "X", the mass and energy actually added up to pi time "X". It was very simple math and physics.