Perhaps he should have said practically all life. Bacteria would probably survive.<quoted text>
lol.....really? Where did you get that crap? Where did you read a global flood would cause the loss of all life? An extremist, that's where you got that crap from.
I'll give you this exception to prove your crap point. If you can show proof that if the world flooded itself every single inch would have to be superheated beyond any known measure to kill all life you have grounds for your point.
But you have no point. Volcanic action not resulting in great heat can and has pushed ocean/sea floors to sea levels without killing all existing life. Then you have to deal with the fact that mud/silt itself sustains life in seawater and freshwater in cold and super heated water environments. Just saying.
And you keep making idiotic claims without any evidence that backs your claims up. That means your claims are bullshit.
So, when has volcanic action ever greatly changed sea level over a very short period of time? The reason that we know Biblical flooding would have killed off everything except for bacteria is that 5 + miles of water would have to come either from outer space or from deep below the Earth. Either one would lead to all life beyond the single cellular dying off. So where did your 5 miles of water come from?