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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The earliest soft drinks were developed by Arab chemists and were popular in the Middle Ages in the Near East.
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