Where Did Soda Come from?

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Soda was actually discovered from mineral water found in natural springs. Scientists noticed that the bubbles in the mineral water were caused by gas carbonium or carbon dioxide and they then decided to stick it in tap water with the carbonation and called it soda water. You can find more information here: http://www.usfirehouse.com/SodaHistory.htm
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Soda comes from mixing different liquids and flavors along with carbonation. Each soda tastes different then others. There are dark sodas and clear sodas.
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"Soda" comes from the early sophisticated name for seltzer which was soda siphon. People have since shortened the name and adapted it to what is now known as "soda&
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Urban legends are formed when people pass a story down for generations. There is usually no factual basis but it is something that is generally accepted.
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Before the Romans came to Africa, it was originally Kemet or Al-kebulan. There may have been other names as well since this is the birthplace of mankind.
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The earliest soft drinks were developed by Arab chemists and were popular in the Middle Ages in the Near East.
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