確認程度ではございますがad nauseamは「[ラテン]むかつくほど；（（略式））ばかばかしくなるまで」（『ジーニアス英和辞典 第３版』大修館）の意になりますが、ここでは意訳しまして「嫌になるほど」や「うんざりするほど」と解釈できるかと思います。最後に確認のため英英辞典を参照してみますと’ used to refer to the fact that something has been done or repeated so often that it has become annoying or tiresome’Oxford Dictionaries Onlineと定義されていました。(Shou-VR*)
Humans are not smarter than animals - we just don't understand them
Evolutionary biologists claim some animals may actually have superior cognitive abilities than tose possessed by humans
For many years, humans have believed we are the most intelligent beings on the planet. However, evolutionary biologists are now claiming that some members of the animal kingdom may in fact have superior brains - we just don't recognise their intelligence.
Scientists at the University of Adelaide argue that evidence is emerging to suggest some animals actually have cognitive faculties that are superior to those possessed by human beings.
“For millennia, all kinds of authorities – from religion to eminent scholars – have been repeating the same idea ad nauseam, that humans are exceptional by virtue and that they are the smartest in the animal kingdom,” says Dr Arthur Saniotis, Visiting Research Fellow with the University's School of Medical Sciences.