A person who turned 21 in 1963 is now 81 years of age.
The teenagers that existed in 1963 are now 73–79 years old.
Six decades have passed since then.
The Moon is moving away from Earth at roughly 1.49 inches per year. That means that it has moved away by about 89 inches since 1963.
There have been roughly 3,120 weekends since then.
Names such as the Rolling Stones, Clint Eastwood, Sonny & Cher, Marvin Gaye, and the Supremes were not famous at the time.
Popular songs that year included the likes of "Go Away Little Girl" by Steve Lawrence, "Walk Right In" by The Rooftop Singers, "Walk Right In" by Rooftop Singers, "Hey Paula" by Paul & Paula, "Walk Like A Man" by The Four Seasons, and "Our Day Will Come" by Ruby & The Romantics.
Films such as "It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World", "Under the Yum Yum Tree", "Cleopatra", "Mary, Mary", "The V.I.P.s", and "How the West Was Won" were playing at movie theaters in 1963.
Nobody knew what a lava lamp was.
The Earth has travelled 270 billion miles through space since 1963.
Video game consoles did not exist in 1963.
Buttons on phones were relatively new.
Pocket calculators didn't exist.
Due to the expansion of the Atlantic Ocean, the distance between the United States and Europe has grown 150 centimeters since 1963.
A person who was born that year has had roughly 120–180 colds in their lifetime.
The world has gone through 240 seasons of weather.
Winston Churchill was still alive.
The vast majority of households did not have smoke detectors in 1963.
"My Favorite Martian" and "The Farmer's Daughter" were among the TV shows that started airing that year.