That seemed to be what they were doing but now I don't see the original results on any data centers or on comcast search.
Now they seem to just be playing with the varied new results.
Could they be following how often the results are being clicked on? It looks like the more educational results are down in the 30s while pages with free stuff and such are in the top 10.
Could Google results become nothing more than a big popularity contest? In other words could Google be starting with the top results based on the usual Google algo? Then are they refining it by looking at how many people are clicking on each result?