As the house historical linguist on Team Verb, I should probably say something about the whole Edenics thing.
Since then, the second element, typically expanded from the original blend to -onics but sometimes just -ics, has been used widely in humorous contexts, like Hickonics, for example, or Wisconics. (How these relate to Ebonics socially and politically is a topic for another time.) But I don't recall offhand cases where it's been extended to this kind of situation, i.e. a proposal for a proto-language. -ic is very common (Altaic, Uralic, Tungusic, Germanic, etc.), but That's a different creature.
Our readers will surely correct me if I'm wrong.
A big h.t. to M.O.
PS, just so I'm on the record: Edenics is seriously flawed as an effort to understand the history of human language.