A second investigation of East Anglia affair

United Nations to conduct its own investigation of East Anglia research and emails.

Now the United Nations is going to conduyct its own investigation of the hacking and the documents of the East Anglia climate study center. The head of the IPCC says the emails are serious and must be looked into. "We certainly don't want to brush anything under the carpet."

This comes two days before the Copenhagen climate talks begin. The IPCC move will have no effect on skeptics who will view the U.N. as the #1 unindicted co-conspirator on global warming research.