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On basic formalism of special theory of relativity 

Conclusions In the carried out study, we have revealed that Lorentz transformations are the group of automorphisms only for the operation of coordinate transformation, not for the secondary transformations of speeds and accelerations. As the result, in transformations between mutually moving reference frames, the law of vectors summation and the invariance of law describing the accelerated motion of bodies are invalid. In particular, the timeconstant acceleration in relation to a stationary reference frame, in transition to a moving inertial reference frame, becomes dependent on the momentary speed of body. In its turn, this nonsinglevalued nature of transformation of vectors makes the operation of differentiation and integration in limits of both SR and GR illegal. We showed that the attempts of relativists to form the 4D vector of acceleration as a derivative over intrinsic time are illegal  on one hand because of discrepancy between the concept of intrinsic reference frame and accelerated motion of body, and on the other because of paradoxical solutions that violate the laws describing the motion of bodies in inertial reference frames. We also have established that the system of transformation, basing on which relativists conclude spacetime transformation real, does not match with Lorentz transformation. Due to which they are not invariant and do not satisfy the conditions of selfconsistence of the group of transformations. This proves the statement of real reduction of spacetime to be wrong. Besides, we showed that SR illegally joins the conceptions of invariant and 4D interval; this happened because of Poincare’s mistake in determining of 4D interval in the complex space; Minkowski and Einstein copied this mistake to SR. 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