Difference in Results: a Query to DuckDuckGo and the Same Query to Google.com

Why? FAQ does not adequately cover:

Result based on “Amanpour and friends Brexit:”

Using DuckDuckGo:

—————— #1 Result From DuckDuckGo: “Leftist Shill TRAITOR WITCH, Christiane Amanpour on BREXIT” (Propaganda)[2016]

—————— Using Google.com within 5 seconds and same search:

#1 Result From Google.com: First Vice President of the European Commission Frans Timmermans tells Christiane Amanpour that after a …

Search for: How much does Christiane Amanpour make?

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How to stop google.com from showing recent search drop-down list?

In google.com page, it makes me annoying that showing my recent searches in drop-down list since they are irrelevant to what i’m going to search.

I know that it won’t appear after I clear my history and prevent Google from saving my activity, but it also turn off customized searches or services. Is there a way to just not showing drop-down list?

How do I get the @google.com id of a Google Calendar event?

If you follow the tutorial Quickstart: Managing Responses for Google Forms, you’ll notice that it references calendar events using an event id (event.getId()).

This an email address of the form gkp8em6kg4uebp44ia3qh6e7he5@google.com

If I already have a pre-existing calendar event, how do I get its id?

Preferably looking for a solution that doesn’t involve Google Apps Scripts and can be done via UI alone.

It needs to be in this exact format because I plan on (eventually) creating a Google Apps Script to reference it.