I suggest, that in case of movement in direction orthogonal to the universe's “hyperplane” (see Fig.1.1 and Fig.1.3), although the movement is not perceived by the universe's object, the object still has kinetic energy of the movement. For the object (so far it does not “perceive” the movement) it will appear as energy that it has at rest.

At the moment I'm unsure how this energy is related to relativist E=mc2 and whether we should use classical of relativist expression for the kinetic energy of universe's rotation.