A person who turned 21 in 1950 is now 94 years of age.
The teenagers that existed in 1950 are now 86–92 years old.
Most of the people who were born in 1950 are retired.
Seven decades have passed since then.
Television sets were still rare.
World War II had only ended five years previously.
The Moon is moving away from Earth at roughly 1.49 inches per year. That means that it has moved away by about 109 inches since 1950.
There have been roughly 3,796 weekends since then.
Names such as Marlon Brando, Audrey Hepburn, John F. Kennedy, Grace Kelly, Ray Charles, and Lucille Ball were not famous at the time.
Popular songs that year included the likes of "Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer" by Gene Autry, "I Can Dream, Can't I?" by The Andrews Sisters, "Rag Mop" by The Ames Brothers, "Chattanoogie Shoe Shine Boy" by Red Foley, "Music! Music! Music!" by Teresa Brewer, and "If I Knew You Were Comin' I'd've Baked a Cake" by Eileen Barton.
The Earth has travelled 329 billion miles through space since 1950.
People were using rotary phones.
There were no satellites in the sky.
Due to the expansion of the Atlantic Ocean, the distance between the United States and Europe has grown 183 centimeters since 1950.
A person who was born that year has had roughly 146–219 colds in their lifetime.
The world has gone through 292 seasons of weather.
Joseph Stalin was still alive.
Credit cards did not exist.
Plastic wasn't popular yet.
The vast majority of households did not have smoke detectors in 1950.