Do you realize what you are suggesting?
Basically you are suggesting that everything is everything; you are denying the factors of life: individuality, diversity, complexity, simplicity, form, substance…
No. What I’ve lived is not what you have lived. Your experiences cannot dictate how I act or react to any given stimuli or incident. Events and experiences do not make the mind; conversely, physiology alone does not make the individual.
What you suggest (experience exists–mind does not) necessitates that everyone under the same causality respond exactly in the same way to everything: 'person “A” thru person “Z” would develop exactly the same since person “A” through person “Z” are just an amalgam of experiences (did you noticed the use of the term thru/through–choices, my friend, choices).
That’s the Beauty of Creation. Why does a tree not uproot itself and transplant itself to a different location, a rock just roll about to get to the choicest sceneries, a dog (not an unattractive girl–an actual canine) run for prom queen, a monkey compete at NASCAR?
There are limits built into sentient life. A human child can be equaled by some of the more advanced animals that have been exposed to the human experience; yet, the smartest of them are not as cognizant as human babies about self and their immediate nucleus family.
The best example, if you wish to follow it, I can give you is the various animals which man has trained and anthropomorphized–remember some time ago in the news… that lady that was mulled by the chimp which was made into a humanoid copy? Something triggered the chimp’s consciousness to rebel against the forced experiences and his mind exploded with brute force–in Spanish we have a saying: ‘la mona, aunque se vista de seda mona se queda.’ (a monkey, though you dress it in silk, stays a monkey). We can train any mind to do tricks or learn skills; yet we cannot create a mind/self-cognition.
A few weeks ago–robots trained to replace humans; the experiment was stopped because these two entities began to communicate through some sort of repetitious value–the humans seemed afraid that these may gain a conscious separate language that the humans might not be able to decipher. Now, if all that makes up the human mind (or any mind for that matter) is experience, then all that the programmers have to do is compile the traits that they want to project/construct into a mind and these “robot as human beings” would be the best sales/scientists/artists/explorers, ever.