You couldn’t get a more perfect example of desperation than:
At the recent International Symposium on “Landform – structure, evolution, process control”, University of Bonn, Germany, June 7-10, 2007, that I attended, there was evidence presented of the retreat of all of the glaciers in the Alps. However, thanks to CCNet and Benny Peiser for alerting me to a paper which provides evidence that one glacial area in these mountains is not retreating.  
And the one area that isn’t retreating? That is also very revealing: its the highest glaciers. And why aren’t they retreating? For the obvious reason: its too cold there even if it warms up a bit:
Surface ablation is negligible for these high-elevation areas and the surface mass balance is mainly controlled by snow accumulation.
OK, no surprise there. So what do we learn from this study? That not everything in the world is correlated to global mean temperature. We knew that already. I don’t know what Peiser/CCnet said about it (anyone subscribe?) but the obvious question is, why would skeptic Peiser be alerting people to this paper? Surely not to misrepresent it?